[kag] Re: Landsdowne Event

  • From: Graeme Watson <Graeme.Watson@xxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 05 May 2006 09:39:10 -0400

Here is the gpx for it.

Lloyd Baker wrote:

Ok, CJLM kinda goofed, he needs to submit an Event Cache 14 days or more prior the the date it is to be held. He is going ahead anyway but you will not be able to log it. Here is all the info on the event and a list of caches that have been hidden.
/Our youth group were looking for something new and exciting to do. I suggested a Geocaching event! Now the kids need your help. Join us in Lansdowne Ontario, Saturday, May 6 from 2 to 4pm for an afternoon of fun. The event will start with a meet and greet at 25 Miller St. in the Lansdowne United Church. Several caches will be set up in the village for the event. Hotdogs and snacks will be served. Prizes and tall-tales will end the day. (If possible please bring an item for the prize table)/

/Geocache Sites/

Located within easy walking distance of the event
Cache Site
N 44 24 293
W 076 01 155
N 44 24 361
W 076 01 563
N 44 24 365
W 076 01 436
N 44 24 452
W 076 01 288
N 44 24 478
W 076 01 301
N 44 24 468
W 076 00 978 PLEASE NOTE “00”
N 44 24 366
W 076 01 089
N 44 24.310
W 076 01.090

Hope some of you can make it and bring a few Travel Bugs so I can take them to Texas.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>
<gpx xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1"; creator="MapSource 6.5" 
version="1.1" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"; 

    <link href="http://www.garmin.com";>
      <text>Garmin International</text>
    <bounds maxlat="44.407967" maxlon="-76.016300" minlat="44.404883" 

  <wpt lat="44.404883" lon="-76.019250">
    <name>LE A</name>
    <cmt>Lake Ontario</cmt>
    <desc>Lake Ontario</desc>

  <wpt lat="44.406017" lon="-76.026050">
    <name>LE B</name>

  <wpt lat="44.406083" lon="-76.023933">
    <name>LE C</name>

  <wpt lat="44.407533" lon="-76.021467">
    <name>LE D</name>

  <wpt lat="44.407967" lon="-76.021683">
    <name>LE E</name>

  <wpt lat="44.407800" lon="-76.016300">
    <name>LE F</name>

  <wpt lat="44.406100" lon="-76.018150">
    <name>LE G</name>

  <wpt lat="44.405167" lon="-76.018167">
    <name>LE H</name>


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