Friday, June 29, 2012

Space Coast Geocaching Scaring Folks at Midwest Geobash 2012

     One of the many exciting aspects of doing this kind of blog, the kind that opens up for input from all sort of groups, organizations and individuals, is that I can learn about events that I would not other wise know about.  Thanks to Space Coast Geocaching, who will be a vendor at the event,  I have learned about a new one.   Well, here is an event that I am anxious to follow -
Midwest Geobash 2012.  Here is a brief description -

The theme is "Halloween In July" and the mascot is Spook the Owl for MWGB 2012.
The Halloween theme gives us a lot of great options for planning activities throughout MWGB.  As usual there will be a campsite contest with the top three winning a GPS unit!  All winners and honorable mention sites win free camping in 2013.  We encourage everyone to embrace the theme and come dressed in costume on Saturday! Feel free to dress in costume any time, but if you only have one costume - wear it on Saturday!
We will once again be at the Fulton County Fairgrounds in beautiful Wauseon, OH. The event will be held July 26-29, 2012.
Our "Getting Ready For Bash" primer and our "Arriving At Geobash" guide will get you educated a little on how to enjoy and arrive in style at bash.  Knowing is half the battle right?  

General Event Info  
     MWGB is free to attend but please register to help us plan for the crowd. Come join over 2000 other attendees from all over the United States and world for a weekend of Geocaching-centric fun, fellowship, and learning. Wondering what Geocaching is? Come on out and see for yourself! You can also study up a little before the event at or post your questions in our website forums.
You can attend MWGB even if you missed the registration period. We do appreciate registrations to help us plan, but we also don't want to exclude anyone.  Want to come?  Show up!  There's plenty of space and plenty of fun for everyone.  We will even have over 100 campsites left for you to book "at the door" if you decide to camp.

     This is one of those times that I am wish I was living closer to the Midwest.  I love Halloween and love the caching so this is such an appealing event to me.  I will follow this one and keep the eyes open for follow up info and pics.

Good luck to the organizers and attendees - here's wishing for great weather and a fantastic time.

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