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Second Tuesday in Charleston (STIC) Feburary

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Hidden : Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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Geocache Description:

This is a regular monthly meet and greet for cachers to have dinner and exchange stories about your adventures. The location is a food court format with 5 or 6 restaurants to choose from. If you just want to hang out no purchase is needed. The establishment is the “Workshop” which features a variety of food types. The event starts at 6PM and officially ends at 8PM although the restaurants are open until 9PM. Parking coords are given for the large free parking lot. We will be inside look for the geocaching t shirts that we will be wearing.

If you are using a GPS for driving directions, use the parking coordinates, other wise the event coords will try to use I26 as the entrance for the event.

Who: All geocachers 

When: Feburary 12 2019

Where: The Workshop

Why: Meet fellow geocachers and share stories of adventure

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8 Logged Visits

Archive 1     Will Attend 1     Attended 5     Publish Listing 1     

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