|Log for the main event|
|Log for the Early Arrival Event|
1) One day travel to Hagerstown, caching along the way.
2) One day before GeoWoodstock to cache around the area and attend pre-events.
3) GeoWoodstock13 on day 3
4) Days 4 through 9 for 6 main targets caching to each target, around, and then to the next target.
|Muggles at a cache|
As luck would have it, it was a steady rain the morning we left Suffolk but by noon the rain had decreased to a drizzle and shortly thereafter the sun slowly peeked through the clouds. The rain had slowed us down but we eventually made in the Berkeley County West Virginia. WVTim and his friends, both cachers and county officials, had created another great caching series in Berkeley County.
We started early and our first stop was one of the many events on the day. We then headed back towards West Virginia to attempt to get the rest of the series and we did accomplish all but the final - that we were saving for tomorrow!
The Day 2 totals gave us another 41 finds including 3 events, a Multi, an earthcache, a puzzle cache and 35 traditional caches.
After grabbing a quick bite of breakfast it was off to the event site. GeoWoodstock13!!! Our first GeoWoodstock. What can I say other than WOW!!!
Vendors, speakers, games, historical information, more vendors, more speakers, food and last but not least... more vendors!!!
We finished up the Lab Caches, visited all the vendors one more time, listened to just one more speaker then decided to head out of the event area and grab some more caches including the final to the Villages of Berkeley County series.
|GCHR group pic|
GeoWoodstock13 was a great event with more than enough to do to keep you busy most of the day. The volunteers and planners for this event did a fantastic job.
|Another muggle at a cache|
Our next blog will cover DAY 4, the target cache and the other caches that made up the day!
As Always - Stay Safe & Keep Caching!!!
Suffolk Nana & Papa - - - or - - - SNAP!!!