This event will not be held on Monday, 30th March as planned due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The date has been changed to Monday, 25th May. An assessment will be made closer to this date to determine if the event can still go ahead.
Just for fun....
Jane saw a strange timepiece in the museum.
The timepiece had no numbers, and it may have been rotated out of position. Also, the second, minute and hour hands had the same length. But it operated like a standard timepiece.
What's the time displayed?
Are you stumped over a particular puzzle cache?
Are you tearing your hair out trying to figure out where to start?
Do you lie awake at night with endless fruitless solutions swimming around your brain?
Then this event may be just what you are looking for!!
Time for another fantastic Coffee, Cakes and Conundrums. For those who wish to, we'll begin with dinner and follow it up with some problem solving.
There are a few rules I would like event participants to adhere to:
1. If in attendance, the puzzle cache owner or anyone who has solved a particular puzzle cache can offer a small amount of advice or hints to a group that is completely stuck in order to get them started on the right track. Groups are not to be told exactly how to solve the puzzle cache they are working on.
2. Once a solution to a puzzle is found, it must not be shared with other event attendees who did not work on that particular puzzle.
3. No solutions to puzzles are to be communicated through any online format.
Location: The Galston Club
Address: 21-25 Arcadia Rd, Galston
Date: Monday, 25th May, 2020
Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Parking: Available in the carpark adjacent to the club or in Arcadia Rd.
Dress: Smart casual – Normal club dress rules apply including footwear.
WiFi: Free WiFi is available so bring along your devices to help you in your quest.
Catering: There is a Bistro for meals as well as a variety of coffees and cake available. Other beverages can be purchased from the bar.
What to Bring: Cache printouts, laptops, iPads, puzzle books, writing pads and pens, anything that you think will help you find solutions.
** Just a reminder that if you live within 5km (as the crow flies) of the club, you must be signed in by a club member. I am a member so I can do this for you.
There are many geocachers out there, like me, with the same problems when it comes to puzzle caches so why not come together for an evening where we can pool our knowledge and resources, share our frustrations and try and come up with some solutions.
I’m looking forward to seeing you there.
Upcoming CCC Events
CCC#26 - Monday, 13th July
CCC#27 - Monday, 21st September
CCC#28 - Monday, 23rd November
Did you know that NSW has a geocaching association? Geocaching NSW aims to enhance and improve the activity of geocaching and holds regular events where geocachers meet to enjoy their common interests. Visit the association website here.