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Caching Events / Re: Twixmas event 2016
« on: December 06, 2016, 01:13:09 pm »
We think we'll need help with setting up the event page please (as in we don't have a clue how to do it!) and we just need to know, do we set up the caches as per usual, or is there a different format for an event?  The 28th or 30th is good for us, we believe the proposed walk is 3 1/2  miles, having done it every morning for quite a few years but could make it 5 miles if people want (depends how much festive fare needs walking off!).  We favour the New Inn as there's a charge for the village hall and as pointed out, it does have a skittles alley (or did?).
Cheers, Willow Wisps

Caching Events / Re: Twixmas event 2016
« on: December 05, 2016, 05:12:17 pm »
Now we're back in the area again, we like the idea of a Twixmas event too.  We have a 3 1/2 mile loop starting and ending at Willersey where we used to live, which used to be our morning walk for years.  Wrighty used to have some caches along it, which we know we've found but note the loop is now devoid of caches except for a couple of ours and also of the Foraging Five.  It would offer some excellent views both along the bottom way and back along the top.  Willersey village hall has parking and there are two pubs to choose from (though in the past, the New Inn looked more favourably on walkers than the Bell and was also cheaper).  We don't mind walking round it and setting up some caches; we think there's time.  Is that all that's involved in setting up an event?  Being of advanced years we could probably use some help with anything technical but retirement works to our advantage in allowing us to stroll around the countryside at leisure!  Also, we favour Dec 28th or Dec 29th, nicely midweek.
Regards, Jude and Rob (Willow Wisps)

Hello / Re: Welcome Willow Wisps
« on: October 27, 2012, 05:33:20 pm »
Just wanted to say hello, and to thank the Foraging Five for so patiently showing us how to use our GPS (which we resisted strongly for the first year of geocaching) and for advising us to join the group and finally 'meet' some of our fellow cachers whom we only know by caches we have visited or logs we have followed. ???

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