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Thread: Up coming/Eat-N-Greet/Celebration/ArkGeo 2010 Annual Event

  1. #11
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    Well m wife is on board for camping so I'll be making some plans to camp for this event. See ya there.

  2. #12
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    Mz and I are gonna make it a day trip. See everyone there!

  3. #13
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    Searcy,Ark
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    there is an event coming up ///
    ArkGeo April, 2010 Eat-N-Greet: Jacksonville
    by Arkansas Geocachers Association
    Your hostess!: topkitty98, ArkGeo Board Member
    It's A Celebration Event! by topkitty98
    The two events are both April 17, 2010
    I like to know "H0W" topkitty is going to be in both place's @once??
    I am going to be at one and not the other /
    plus i belive that the eat and greet will have new people to wonder in and trying to figure out what is this Geocaching ?? I dont know ??this will be my first event .IT will be a learning experience for me so have a bless day

  4. #14
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    One is in the morning the other is in the afternoon
    edieo

  5. #15
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    000oooh s0 i could atten the two maybe ??

  6. #16
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    yes that is true
    edieo

  7. #17
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    Feb 2010
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    live in eastern Oklahoma
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    I have no camping equipment whatsoever. Not sure about sleeping on the ground but I guess a good air mattress and sleeping bag would make it better.
    What would be there nearest area to get a motel and drive back and forth each day. I plan on staying Fri, Sat. & Sun.

  8. #18
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    I think there is a lodge on the mtn. with rooms, but not sure. Might be high-priced. Dardanelle, about a dozen miles NW, has at least 1 old'ish motel, but still a decent place to stay with decent prices. Russelville, a couple miles across the river, has everything from $20/hour specials to $300/night honeymoon suites.

    Morrilton, a similar, perhaps just a bit shorter distance to the NE, is set up pretty much like Russelville is.

  9. #19
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    You could buy a tent, sleeping bag and air mattress for almost the price of one night at a motel and not have to drive back and forth ..
    edieo

  10. #20
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    That is true also.

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