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Bontelsie Celebrating Geocache's 15 Year Road Trip

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Hidden : Saturday, 04 July 2015
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Hi All

Come and join us for a breakfast (own account) at the Wimpy in Ferreira Street to celebrate 15 years of Geocaching.

Time: 08h30 for 09h00.

There will be a surprise souvenir for each attending team as well as a free regular Wimpy coffee for each attendee.

This is what it is all about:

May 2, 2000 was the day when civilian GPS devices received an instant upgrade and their accuracy increased
by tenfold. The next day, May 3, was the day the first geocache was placed

Earn 6 souvenirs.

Over the next few months, we’ll all be going on a geocaching journey to celebrate 15 years of geocaching. You’ll have the opportunity to complete five geocaching quests, each of which will earn you a special souvenir for your geocaching profile. Complete all five and you’ll earn a sixth, extra special souvenir.

After each quest begins, you’ll be able to complete it and earn your souvenir until September 2, 2015. So pack your bag, load up on snacks and set your road trip playlist, because here are your quests and their start dates:

  • June 19 – Sept 2: Find a geocache with 10 or more Favorite Points
  • July 3 – Sept 2: Attend an Event, Mega-Event or Giga-Event
  • July 17 – Sept 2: Find a T5 or D5 geocache
  • July 31 – Sept 2: Find an EarthCache or attend a CITO
  • August 14 – Sept 2: Find a Mystery Cache

Hope to see you there.


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