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Thursday, April 02, 2009

A little Geocaching in Coloma, El Dorado County

Some of you may know that I have been geocaching near our Placerville bed and breakfast for a while now. I blame my Aunt and Uncle who recently innsat for us for getting me started.....in fact, I found one in Florence while they were innsitting the B&B! So, our pals at the American River Conservancy (great group) are holding a class this Sunday for more information.

Geo Caching-Add Adventure to your Hike
Because of rain, this program was rescheduled to...
Sunday, April 5th 9 am - 12 pm

If you were unable to attend this in March, you'll be happy to know it's been re-scheduled due to rain.

The class will start with about a 20-minute lecture and then off to find your first cache. You will learn about how a GPS works, what kind of caches there are, and some techniques on how to find them. At each cache you will stop for few minutes to learn something new. Walter Cullop, ARC volunteer and GPS enthusiast, will be teaching this informative program. This is a 3-mile moderate hike for ages 12+. Please call to sign up and for meeting location (Pilot Hill area) 530-621-1224 or contact julie@arconservancy.org.

FREE/Members, $5/non-members.

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