The Remarkable Winter Caching Event
Saturday, 12 June 2004
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AND THE WINNERS ARE…………..
The Remarkable Winter Caching Event
1st Geocoopers and Shemozzle – 63 points
2nd Gordon Patrick Samuel – 59 points
3rd Alex and Jock – 58 points
4th Miraydigo – 57 points
5th Maccamob – 54 points
6th Rav 4 Raiders – 53 points
7th Skippy & Lambchops – 51 points
2K’saway and Richary – 51 points
8th Team Langy and Team Baggygreens – 49 points
9th Liz & Bruce – 48 points
10th Freddo & Family – 46 points
11th Barry & Beryl – 42 points
12th Slider & Smurf – 40 points
SA Bloodhound – 40 points
13th Ho Ho Ho – 33 points
And the NAGA (not a Geocachers *&%$*) goes to…..
Team Canyonero and George Jetson. – 32 points
The Quiz Night (scores from a possible 141 points)
1st The Brown Brothers – 126
(Maccamob, Slider & Smurf, Miray, Gwindigo)
2nd Jump on Board – 122
3rd Team Spleen – 113
4th Eight is Enough – 111
5th MMMM – 97
6th Tired & Grumpy – 87
Haggis’s Night Cache Scrabble Walk
1st Rav 4 Raiders
2nd Team Langy
Best Team Theme Award
Paddle Pop Plant
1st Jason (Team Shemozzle)
2nd Robyn (Rav 4 Raiders)
3rd Lachlan (Team Baggygreens)
1st Mitchell (Team Canyonero)
2nd Langy (Team Langy)
3rd Shaun (Ho Ho Ho)
The winner of the Geodean raffle - Maccamob.
Mystery Awards (I’ve lost the list, but I’ll do my best from memory)
The team that cam the furthest award – Maccamob
The quiestest cacher award – Jock
The best name tags and the quickest printer of photos award – Barry & Beryl
The stupidest thing to say award – Skippy
The sleepiest team award – Ho Ho Ho
The team to bring the most kids award – Freddo & Family
The warmest fridge award – Richary
The old granny and best howling award – SA Bloodhound
The gushers award – Liz & Bruce
The best suck up award – Kylie of 2k’saway
The best bribery of an official award – Team Canyonero & George Jetson
The dirtiest car award – Slider & Smurf
Best coffee machine award – Miray
The best Doh! Moment award – Alex
(please post a note if anyone can think of the last one)
A few people have asked about which caches were hit the most and least, when I have time over the next few days I’ll do a list and post it here too.
Money raised for non wearing of name tags and swearing fines $34.80, which I will pass on to the Anti Cancer Council (Initially I said it would be SIDS, but in light of information received over the weekend, the Anti Cancer Council became a more popular choice.)
Step right up folks.
The location for the next South Australian Geocaching event has finally been chosen after a lengthy process of attempting to locate a suitable venue for the June long weekend.
The co-ordinates above will direct you to the Melrose show grounds, a quiet and grassy camping area situated at the base of picturesque Mount Remarkable.The event itself will commence mid - late morning on Saturday, with activities also planned for Sunday, a BBQ Saturday night and some evening entertainment. The format will be simalar to previous events.We have booked the use of the Hall and Woolshed for the weekend.
Camping is available on unpowered sites at $3.00 per person per night. Powered sites $6.00 per person per night.Showers are available at the cost of $1.00 each. There are only a limited number of powered sites available.
Those requiring alternate accomadation close to the venue should consider booking quickly, however at the time of posting this, accomadation was still available at....
Melrose Holiday Units (bookings through Mt Remarkable Hotel)Ph 08 8666 2119
Northstar Inn 08 8666 2110
Melrose Caravan Park 08 8666 2060.
Further details to be posted closer to the event.
In order to assist us with planning could you please post a note on this page indicating your interest or attendance.
Oevat lbhe bja zrng sbe gur OOD.