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Today's Stroll on the Land has Farmington Land Trust's crew holding their breath & watching the skies!

Farmington Land Trust's third Stroll on the Land, A Geocaching Adventure!, may be a washout, disappointing many eager treasure hunters of all ages.

Today's third Stroll on the Land, A Geocaching Adventure!, sponsored by the Farmington Land Trust may be a washout, disappointing many eager treasure hunters of all ages.

Our event team members are watching the skies and listening to the weatherman and checking in with NOAA, in light of possible severe storm conditions later today.

If the event is cancelled, it will definitely be rescheduled in the early fall.

Stay tuned!

Originally Scheduled Thursday, July 26th at the Carey Parcel on Mountain Spring Road.  Led by Farmington Land Trust President and geocaching enthusiast Doug Pelham.

Focus:  Geocaching  Time: 6pm (approx. 1 hour-1 ½ hours)

Meet up at the Land Trust’s garage on the Carey parcel, which is the second driveway on the right after turning onto Mountain Spring Road from Route 4 (it’s a shared driveway).

This is an introduction to the popular outdoor hobby of geocaching.  Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices.  All ages are welcome.  A great family outing! We will have fun refreshments for the kids.

This event is free and open to the public. No reservation required. All ages are welcome. Be sure to bring your GPS-enabled device or Smartphone. No pets please. In case of rain, event will be cancelled.

 

Contact our office for more information: The Farmington Land Trust, 128 Garden Street, Farmington CT 06032                                                                       Ph. 860-674-8545   Email: Farmingtonland.trust@snet.net

Office Hours: M-F, 9-12 and by appointment

www.farmingtonlandtrust.org

 

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Kaitlin Glanzer (Editor) July 26, 2012 at 05:31 PM
From the Farmington Land Trust: "We've decided to reschedule this popular event! Too much weather today for our family fun treasure hunters! Look for this event in early fall!"

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