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Breakfast of Discovery

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Hidden : Saturday, 24 May 2014
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Breakfast of Discovery

On their way to the jumping off point of their epic journey to discover the new territories, the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through Southeast Missouri. The stopped and visited many unique landmarks found along Missouri's Mississippi River bank.

Many more adventurers from Ace fighter pilots to iconic folk singer, from Presidents and Generals to engineers wo would drain entire swamps would follow these intrepid explorers to the river banks of Southeast Missouri.

If you have time after the GeoWoodstock festivities to make your way south, we have a number of great caches at many important historic locations and amazing geologic sights. We welcome you to come on down and visit.

Either way, come join the SEMOGEO contingent at GeoWoodstock for Breakfast before you head out on your journey of discovery!

To help out the early risers and those who need to be at the HQ early, this event will kick off at 0530 Saturday morning and last for two hours, until 0730 Saturday morning or until the last of the later attendees begin finish up.

You do NOT have to have breakfast or even go inside. We will have the log book out side and be on hand to meet you there, so if you need to stop by, say hi, and get on the trail to meet your caching goals, we would love to meet you!

One attendee will be chosen at random to receive First to Find Honors and notified through the messaging system.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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