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Mainiac1957
02-03-2009, 05:38 PM
So who wants to take the reins for the next WWFM event. It's set for May 2,2009. It is 10:00 PT making it 1:00pm here, the same as last year. Last Novembers was a great turnout. So? Who would like to try their hand this time?;)

Team2hunt
02-04-2009, 08:27 AM
So who wants to take the reins for the next WWFM event. It's set for May 2,2009. It is 10:00 PT making it 1:00pm here, the same as last year. Last Novembers was a great turnout. So? Who would like to try their hand this time?;)

That's the same weekend as the CITO Events. :confused: It will be tough to make the trek from Southern Maine to Bangor for me.

hollora
02-04-2009, 09:30 AM
Last year the WWFM Event was one weekend and the Brewer CITO Event the next weekend. Team2Hunt - we love to have you join us :) - but it is a long drive....;)

Anyone going to host the WWFM?

vicbiker
02-04-2009, 06:37 PM
First of all it will be very hard to beat what Brad did with last years event. The location was perfect and he did a great job hosting the event and the bubbles were the finishing touch for sure.

I could host the event here in Abbot, but even if any of you were to venture this far north, we would still have the Townspeople to deal with. A successful flash mob event here would out number the residents. See, if five or more people are to conjugate in one spot at any given time the people start to think maybe they are being invaded. Most here can still recall "The Boundary Wars of 1782" when the boundary between Maine and Canada was being disputed.

parmachenee
02-04-2009, 10:21 PM
Most here can still recall "The Boundary Wars of 1782" when the boundary between Maine and Canada was being disputed.

Ahhh....I remember it well....especially that first keg of Sam Adams!!:D

NativeMainer
02-05-2009, 12:21 AM
Is there any interest in doing one in the Portland area?

Mainiac1957
02-05-2009, 06:08 AM
I think on down that way would draw a good crowd. Lots of cachers down there.

Team2hunt
02-05-2009, 09:39 AM
Is there any interest in doing one in the Portland area?

Conga in Monument Square. Plenty of parking and lots of caches.

hollora
02-05-2009, 09:47 AM
Conga in Monument Square. Plenty of parking and lots of caches.

Too funny! :eek: Would be worth the drive down 95! ;)