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Hidden : Tuesday, 14 January 2020
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14 January 2020, 18:30 - 20:00

ta·co

/ˈtäkō/

noun

  1. a Mexican dish consisting of a fried tortilla, typically folded, filled with various mixtures, such as seasoned meat, beans, lettuce, and tomatoes.

 

Twos·day

/ˈt(y)o͞ozdā,ˈt(y)o͞ozdē/

noun

  1. the second Tuesday of a given month

 

This place has a nice outdoor patio out back where we can gather, swap stories and trade and/or discover trackables without overwhelming the patrons inside. At this time of year you can expect it to be a little cool. They have patio heaters, but not that many. I suggest a light jacket. If the weather takes a turn we can move ourselves inside, but the long-term forecast looks OK so far. I'll post updates here as the date approaches and the weather forecast gets sharpened up.

As usual, we'll be at Ranch Enchilada, a family-run Mexican food place I've patronized since I settled in Yorba Linda in 2000 just after geocaching itself was born. As ever, the coordinates should get you there. You can also find it using the Three Words awakes.crazy.spirit. If you want the address you'll find us at 4965 Valley View Ave, Yorba Linda, Ca. Parking density can vary depending on how busy it is. Remember that there are a few parallel spots on the street that aren't much farther away than those in the lot.

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