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T.C.D.N.Y.- A.M. (21) MMXX: New Year is Born 2020

A cache by The Caching Dead NY Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Wednesday, 01 January 2020
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   other (other)

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Geocache Description:

01 January 2020, 00:00 - 00:30

After Midnight or Between Tuesday the 31st of December and Wednesday the 1st of January 2020!!

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: 12:00 am or the Midnight Hour to 12:30. THIS IS TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING TO BE CLEAR!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

That's right folks. This is a New Years Morning event in the middle of the week! ** This just might be the first event of 2020!

The New Year has just begun. What will this year have in store for us? No one knows. What we do know is this game, this sport, this obsesion we all take part in has grown into an adult. You all know Geocaching turns 20!

It seems "20" will be the number to watch in 2020! Anyhow, come on over after you New Years horn tooting, shouting, hugs and hand shakes and undwind for a spell before heading home for a New Years slumber.

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