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BBH#144 Bordering on a Ridiculous Day

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Hidden : Saturday, 29 February 2020
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29 February 2020, 10:00 - 11:30

Ok, "Bordering on the Ridiculous" could quite easily refer to the location of this event, as well as the date! We have chosen a location that is a bit further a field to the usual BBH borders. The venue has been chosen with kind permission of the BBH coordinator Alibags.

It's leap year, leap day, St Oswald's Day, Bachelors Day & even 12 gloves day.

The essence of the day is that a woman can propose to a man, thanks to deal struck between St Bernadette & St Patrick in Ireland.

We thought it was a good idea for us to get together and chat about our proposals. What are you proposing to do in respect of Geocaching this year? There are challenges, personal goals & more to think about.

We hope you do too 😃

Where: Restaurant at Frosts Garden Centre, Newport Road, Wavendon, MK17 8JE

When 10:00am -11:30am, Saturday 29 February 2020.

We look forward to the sharing of all our love stories 🥰

We appreciate that this is further than the BBH borders, but we hope that we will still see lots of people there. Everyone is welcome. If this is your first geoevent please come along & you will get a warm welcome. I'm sure we will have Signal will leap 'frog' his way there, to help you spot us! 

(As it stands, we are due to have the side room at the far right of the restaurant. If that changes we will do an announcement on this page).

For all those hungry cachers amongst us, the restaurant serves hot breakfast up until 11:30am. (No one is obligated to purchase food or drink here).


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