Oh, please not the Zoo. I work security at the zoo, and if I participated, I'd lose my job. If I don't participate, and it turns out I knew it was going to happen, I'd lose my job. Given the daily stresses us security types have to deal with there, please, please, please, not the zoo! -Thystle Perhaps I worded my plea poorly. Firstly, we have a brand-spanking-new head of security. Our old head of security was an ex-cop and cool about there being geocaches at the zoo. He was OK with people just doing their own thing and not as long as they followed the rules and didn't hurt anyone or the animals. He may have even wanted to participate in a flash-mob if he knew about it ahead of time because because the tape would have made the rounds on you-tube and possibly brought us more visitors- even though doing a flash mob would be difficult given the size of the place and and the isolation of some patches. The new guy? Also and ex-cop. Very by-the-book. We haven't told him about the zoo geocaches because frankly, he would most likely have them removed (the zoo is considered private property though it is within the confines of Forest Park). Since he has arrived, he has been slowly replacing the old security staff with new security staff. Don't get me wrong, he is a very nice man, but since he is new ... My job there is not so important. In fact, given the road construction, I have been taking a break, anyway. Maybe I did over-react, but I have seen cachers in Colorado arrested and dragged off in handcuffs for less. (she was standing near a bridge with her GPSr looking for a cache when someone overreacted) If you do decide on the zoo, may I suggest The Living World at the North entrance? That way if someone wants to film it, they can do so from the top of the rotunda while the flash mob happens down below- and it allows for a quick escape once security is called. *wink* - Thistle --------------------------------- Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now.