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2015 Mid-Winter Flash Mob Event

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Hidden : Sunday, 01 March 2015
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The 2015 Mid-Winter Flash Mob Event


Let's Meet at The Beach!

After a long weekend of geocaching and visiting with friends and meeting new friends, a beach might be looking pretty good. What is a beach without the proper beach wear? This event will be a 15 minute get together to take a group photo on the beach at Lake Eaton with Owl's Head Mountain as a backdrop. This is your opportunity visit the beach in the winter, so make sure to wear your best winter beach attire (oh yeah, lets get crazy!). Maybe bring your sunglasses, beach chair, umbrella, inflatables, etc. ----> bikini, lol

Please arrive at least 5 minutes (or more)  early, park your vehicles at the parking waypoint, and assemble at the posted coordinates and be ready to march out on to the lake at exactly 11:45 am.

Come early, or stay late. Throw in some ice fishing tip-ups, snowshoe or cross-country ski the trails around the lake.


Lake Eaton Campsite
N43 59.249 W074 27.699
1671 Tupper Road, Long Lake, NY 12847

Lets Meet at the Beach


Staging Time: 11:45 AM
Photo Time: 12:00 PM

NOTE: The posted coordinates are the staging ground. You can park at the posting coordinates as well.

NOTE: Don't forget to check out the other events happening in the area on the same weekend.

NOTE: If ice conditions prevent the group photo on the ice, we will take it on the beach!

Additional Events during the weekend

Mid-Winter GeoCaching Get-Together 2015
2015 Mid-Winter Meet and Greet
Mid-Winter Geo Survival Campout 2015

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