Oh no, Deb, don't say that!
/every time I hope that my live just gets more crazy, just sayin'.
On Jul 10, 2006, at 7:44 PM, debra jaynes wrote:
Yes........and would love to volunteer... hopefully my life will calm down by then.
On 7/10/06, redhawk2853@... <redhawk2853@...> wrote:
We were hoping to be a part of this planning meeting but were out of town and hope that the RCGDS will keep all of us in the loop. We too have been to two GeoWoodstocks and had a blast. We think we can do this and put on a heck of a gathering. It will take the planning and cooperation and volunteer efforts of lots of folks on lots of levels. We (Rock&Crystal) will be all over this if it comes to Northern CA. We got the cache density (and can certainly do some more), we have the airports (folks do come from all over the world) and what we need is an area with motels and camping available too, as folks will road trip from all over the country, too. We can probably expect 1500+ cachers for this mega event, ESPECIALLY if it's in CA... We go the cachers, too!! From our recent experience at GW4 we would suggest that "communication" should be our key watch word as we put this together to make it the best ever GW. What say you other NUTS??? R&C
----- Original Message -----
From: Gary McElroy
Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 5:52 PM
Subject: Re: [NUTS] GeoWoodstock V
I'm all for it. I'm willing to help on whatever level
I'm needed. I say let's do this. I'm going next year
wherever it is anyhow but it sure would be nice to
have it in the backyard. We definately have the
density of caches for it. Blucruz
--- Escapades < escapades4cache@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> The Sacramento geocaching group, RCGDS are getting
> ready to submit a
> proposal to host GeoWoodstock V. They have asked
> us, the NUTS group
> if we would be interested in helping them host this
> mega event.
> Please post your thoughts.
> Gail and I are part of the steering commitee that
> Lil Devil and
> Angel put together to pick a location and get ideas
> for the proposal.
> We would be competing against a few other cities
> across the US that
> would like to host the event also.
> Gail and I have attended two GeoWoodstocks and
> they were both really
> fun. We think this area and the great group of
> cachers here in the
> Sacramento Valley would be super hosts.
> There will be many more details coming up, we just
> wanted to see how
> everyone felt about this and how many people would
> be interested in
> volenteering time in the future to make this event
> happen here in the
> Sac Valley.