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3rd Annual Haunted Caching Hayride and Cookout

Hidden : Saturday, 05 November 2005
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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It is time to do it again.....

3rd Annual Haunted Caching Hayride and Cookout


POCKET CACHES THAT CAN BE LOGGED IF FOUND:

Wicked Toad; Too Nosey; Halloween Stock; Fly46's Costume; Prestlys Charm; Ol Man Jenkins

When: November 5th

The event will officially start at 6:30 PM, but the hayride will not leave until 7:00 PM. This is no ordinary hayride, it will be a haunted geocaching adventure with stops along the way to hunt the stages of a big, scary multi-cache. So come prepared with flashlights and courage.


After the big hunt we will have a weenie roast at the bonfire with s'mores for dessert. Please bring your favorite potluck dish to share with the group. We will provide hot spiced tea and cocoa, but we ask you to bring anything else you may want to drink.

Costumes are strongly recommended, I will not require them, but expect Monkeybrad to ridicule you if you show up out of costume, and don't forget that there will be prizes for the best costume with both a children's and an adult's division. We will let you know what the theme is shortly.

We do have one request. Due to the presence of our own furry family members,(besides Monkeybrad) we ask that pets be left at home so as not to cause any conflict. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

I am telling you if you can't have fun at this event, you just can't have fun anywhere.

Feel free, (if you where not able to attend last years event) to check out its cache page. GCKNPA

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