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Goodbye DC #8 - off to Seattle!

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Hidden : Saturday, 26 September 2020
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26 September 2020, 15:00 - 17:00

Join me, ari54321, for an event at Jesup Blair Park in Silver Spring! This is my 'goodbye event' for, well, a while. I will be moving to Seattle to work as a lackey at Geocaching HQ! This is the next installment of my series of events called Goodbye DC, for every time I leave the area again. Of course since this move is more permanent, this may be the last Goodbye DC event. My caching partner and dad, snerdwing, will be at this event too. Please bring a chair to sit on.

History of the Goodbye DC event series:

As usual of MoCo Meet & Greets, we'll talk about Geocaching, upcoming hikes and outings and share stories from the field. Please feel free to bring a puzzle cache to share or ask about one you are stumped on! Also feel free to bring travel bugs to share and swap. All are welcome at this family friendly event.

It goes without saying that we are in a pandemic; please wear a face mask properly covering your nose and mouth and stay home if you have any Covid symptoms.

Date: Saturday, September 26th, 2020
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm, rain or shine (there isn't a pavilion nearby, so bring your rain gear/umbrella just in case).
Location: At (or near, if the spot is occupied) the posted coordinates, in Jesup Blair Park, 900 Jesup Blair Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Bring: A (foldable) chair to sit on!

Parking: There is free parking available just a few feet from the event location.

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