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GeocacheME Event!

A cache by Technical_13 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Sunday, January 13, 2019
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Geocache Description:

Hello and welcome to the nineth GeocacheME Event cache hosted by Technical_13!

This event will be held at the Red Robin restaurant at 52 Stephen King Dr. in Maine's capital city of Augusta. I'm currently expecting the event to run from about 17:00 to 19:00 (5 - 7PM) but am happy to stay later or show up a little early if it'll make it easier on anyone. Should be a great time chatting about caching.

Due to the location, please indicate if you are planning on coming so that I can make sure to get a large enough table/area for everyone. Thanks!

I'm really looking forward to meeting other cachers in the area. Please feel free to bring any trackables or collectables you'd like to share or trade. As the owner of many caches in the Augusta area, I'd be happy to answer any questions and give hints on finding my caches.

All attendees of this event will have the opportunity to log a discovery of my "special geocoin" as part of the event!

Another goal of mine during this event is to get more people hooked up with the Facebook and/or Discord groups or at least give everyone an opportunity to see how they work. :)


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17 Logged Visits

Write note 4     Will Attend 6     Attended 5     Publish Listing 1     Announcement 1     

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