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AWLissie Meet and Greet

A cache by CodyHollowFarm and AWL Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Monday, June 25, 2018
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Where: Glasgow Park near the Autism Park

When: 11:30 -1 pm

Why: ???? WHY NOT!!!

   There's a storm brewing at Bayside where Lissie goes. And some of the other clients are now caching with their sidekicks! So Lissie and Stacy (CodyHollowFarm) had the rather briliant idea of going with a group to Glasgow Park to cache and work on socialization skills. Skills that most people take for granted, but some struggle with.

   So, we have a small group going to cache, then plan on eating under the canopies near the Autism Park. We'd love to have cachers stop in and say hello. It's going to be very low key, but a great way for us to socialize and fill a day in!

 

  Just look for CodyHollowFarm and you'll find us!

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