Games were great this year. A couple of new ones for those of us who have attended in the past, and of course the good old faithful Poker Run. Then there was the food and auction and drawings and the CITO - and did i mention amazing food. If you were not there, you may not be able to wrap your head around the fact that all of this could fit into less then 6 hours.
A few stairs, a small hill, and a hike around the park - all fun.
From what I hear, the $100 prize went to the proud owners
of 4 nines.
There were new games this year that helped pass the morning and were pretty neat too.
And what about the 'G Spot' Challenge. This was a blast. Not that the search for the area to stick you flag was difficult in any way but the conversations that were shared while in the area were funny and had a whole new bunch of strangers talking and bonding.
Handing out flags and giving instructions on how to find the
Ya know - some body's gotta do it.
It didn't take a rocket scientist to find the area. Sort of pretty - all those flags.
There were a few cachers who got very close to the mark but Greesepot took the prize. It's the closest flag. It's no mistake that this car was sitting on the spot. Thanks to Gideon-X for supplying the base and windshield wipers to hold flags in place.
Can't forget the drawings, raffles, Podcacher and TB table. More on that will follow soon.