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Whats the Fuss about

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Hidden : Monday, 29 February 2016
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Ok whats all the fuss about, we have noticed that there are events popping up on the 29th of February at 1 minute past midnight, 9.30 in the morning, mentioning things such as Leap Years, once every four years, and whatever else you can think off.


Well we have decided to hold an event at a reasonable hour, for those of us that work and go to school anyhow,  and it's got nothing to do with leaping about, and we wont be doing it once every 4 years.  Its just an event for cachers to get together and talk about what cachers talk about.

Oh we have noticed that the other event holders are offering souvenirs, sorry we just checked out the $2 shop and they were all out of souvenirs, so if you want one don't bother coming here.

So if you are not interested in all the fuss, come along at 6.30PM on the 29th of February, we will be there for an hour, no gimicks, no fuss, no souvenirs.

Date :  29th of February 2016

Time - 6:30 PM to 7:30PM

Where -  S 38° 02.745 E 145° 22.056      (special note for 2 cachers who will remain nameless)

There are heaps of take away shops nearby if you want to grab some food.                                               

See you there.

PS.  I wanted to hold it in our front yard but the Geo kids thought that was just weird, although if no one puts in a will attend thats where I will be.

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