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CITO - Emerald Valley Pizzathon & Trash Jamboree

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Hidden : Saturday, 16 April 2005
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April 16th Cache In Trash Out Event. More than 40 die hard cachers braved the rain to help clean up the area.

April 16,2005 was the 3rd annual International CITO day. Our local event was a big hit. It was great to see old friends & to meet new people, putting faces with screen names. Sometimes we learned real names, sometimes not. We all got wet but no one complained, at least no one listened. Food, fun, and caching war stories were the main staples. Thanks to everyone who helped.

It looks like we can expect rain for the event, but that will not stop the fun.
Hey, this is Oregon, what's a little rain?
We have 3 pop up tents to provide some shelter if it comes down hard.
Can you say "Gortex"?
Remember to bring your digital camera. We would like to have pictures with your logs

(Special thanks to Chamois-shimi for the original geo-artwork)

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