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BBH #80 - Bordering on a Giga!

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Hidden : Thursday, 14 August 2014
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   other (other)

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BBH # 80 Bordering On A Giga!


 

 

 

 

Where: The Old Beams, Paxton Crescent, Shenley Lodge, Milton Keynes MK5 7AE Tel. 01908 201054.

When: From 7pm til 11pm, Thursday 14th August 2014.

Why: Because Simply Paul's Giga or Bust trip is leaving the next morning to visit the Munich Giga Event and there will be cachers from far and wide visiting MK tonight!

Who: The ususal supects from Bucks, Beds and Herts. As we're up in MK, cachers from Northants are always welcome, and somewhat more likely at this one. Special guest stars are the Giga or Bust coachtrippers!

What: The 80th of the long-running Bucks Beds & Herts Border-ing on the Ridiculous events, started a long, long time ago in a clip-lock box far, far away! A mid-month(ish), week-day evening get-together of local and not so local cachers to enjoy TB and coin swapping, geochat and decide who's hosting the next one. 

As we're off to the Giga the next day, we're happy to take TBs that want to visit Europe

There will be the usual BBH free-for-all. As there are so many will attends this month, they have reserved the main restaurant setaing area on the left side as you go into the pub. They have now said you don't need to order food inm advance, despite what I said earlier!

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