The official website for GeoWoodstock VI went live a few days ago, after much anticipation on our part. We had the dates marked on our calendar for months. We missed it last year and don’t want to miss this one. We have already registered and now making our flight and hotel plans. It will be held in Wheatland which is just outside of Sacramento, California on May 24, 2008.
GeoWoodstock is a yearly get-together for Geocachers from all over the world. It began in June of 2003 in Louisville, Kentucky. This was followed in 2004 in Nashville, Tennessee, 2005 in Jacksonville, Florida, 2006 in Dallas, Texas and earlier this year in Raleigh, North Carolina. It has grown to become the world’s largest Geocaching related event and GeoWoodstock VI is expected to draw 3000 Geocachers!
Although this is a one day event there will be a ‘meet and greet’ on Friday night and cache runs planned for Sunday. The setting for this event is on a farm with all the farm amenities. Attendees will be able to take a hay ride, visit a petting zoo and climb a tree house! As well, there will be contests, cache runs, demonstrations, a magic show and more! We’re looking forward to meeting the thousands of other Geocachers that will be attending. It will definitely be a fun filled weekend!
Our hats are off to The River City Geocaching & Dining Society (RCGDS) and the Northstate Unusual Treasure Seekers (NUTS) who will be hosting this event. They have a lot of hard work ahead of them and we wish them all the best!
Visit the GeoWoodstock VI website for more info and to register to attend this great opportunity to meet other Geocachers from around the world! See ya there!
Keep on cachin’!