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T.C.D.N.Y. A.M 16: Goodbye Summer 2019

A cache by The Caching Dead NY Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, 24 August 2019
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   other (other)

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Geocache Description:

24 August 2019, 00:30 - 01:30

After Midnight or Between Friday the 23th and Saturday the 24th!!

A Fortunate series of events. Some of us have a difficult time getting to events. For me it's mostly the timing. The over-lapping with my work hours. This is a continuous series of events that take place After Midnight...

LOCATION: Long Island Welcome Center just off the LIE, between Exits 51 and Exit 52 on the East Bound side.

TIME: 12:30 am or Half Past the Midnight Hour to 1:30 am THIS IS FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING TO BE CLEAR!!

We are approaching the end to summer. Hot days, Warm Breezes, Cold Drinks, BBQ's, Pools and Beach days become past memories.

The day's become shorter. The night's longer. The air becomes crisp. Kid's go back to school. Leaves turn bright colors. My AC units get put to rest!! Sounds great to me!!! GOODBYE SUMMER, HELLO Fall AND HALLOWEEN!!!

Come join us for the last After Midnight Event of the Summer of 2019!! EVERYONE WELCOME!!

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