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Burns Night....

A cache by Hillgorilla Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, 25 January 2020
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

25 January 2020, 16:00 - 16:30

Its the 25th January, a date celebrated throughout the civilised world - the date that the famous baird was born. Tradtionally folk gather, eat haggis, neeps and tatties, drink whisky and talk of times long ago, when a mouse was a moose, and Tam o'shanter rode over a bridge. For the past number of years I have put an event on to celebrate this day, talk caching, have some banter and meet good folk. After a night high up in the Dales toasting the baird, I shall have returned to West Yorkshire, and though why not open up the tradition to those not so able to get up high.

So what will there be?

A warm welcome.

A chance to sample the amber nectar.

Teacakes.

A dram if you want.

A warming brew. 

Geocaching talk.

A chance to exchange trackables.

Perhaps a son of the land of Burns himself... to recite an ode to the baird himself and a story about :

Wee, sleekit, cowran, tim'rous beastie.


Come along, there will be a warm welcome, and whether you are a weathered cacher, or new to the game, there will be a friendly hand to great you. To get into the mood of the day, please could you wear something tartan, it is up to you, whether you wear a scarf, tam o shanter, socks, trews or the kilt. 


So where, well there is a folly castle in Roundhay Park, Leeds. 

When : the 25th January 2020

Time : 1600 - 1630. 

It may be getting dark, so a torch may be handy. 


 

 

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