So we survived February and got to the point where we started to think 20 degrees was “shorts weather.” Let’s all try to remember this in August! I’m not sure what the weather will bring during March, but since the high school boys basketball finals are on March 29 I think it’s fair to assume that we still have some bad weather ahead of us.
As for events to plan for in the area-
Indy’s Largest Geo-hike V
by -goat- | GC4WY7E | Indianapolis
TRAILMIX 25 – 8 YEARS OLD
by Deermark | GC4Y4QB | Birdseye
May the Schwartz Be With You!
by El Pollo Loco Gang | GC4Y9Z6 | Eckerty
Mounds’ Spring Equinox Geocaching Gathering 2014
by Mounds_State_Park | GC4TP0B | Mounds State Park
MOGA (Midwest Open Geocaching Adventure) is happening in Central Ohio which is pretty close (I’ve been known to drive to Columbus for lunch). Registration for that event ends March 15th. Things will start happening on March 27, with the actual event on the 29th. I would suggest making it to the opening on the 28th. Check their website for all the details. This is a great event but in my opinion not a great one for day trippers since it is really competition based. That’s not saying the area is full of caches, but I think participants end up having a lot more fun.
2014 Earth Day CITO-Ritchey Woods-Fishers,IN
by -goat- | GC4VGH4 | Fishers
4/26/14 Fishers Lunch Event
by -goat- | GC4VGHA | Fishers
NEI-GEO 2014 Earth Day CITO
by Lord Elwood | GC4WP93 | Fort Wayne
by TheScarlettReviewer | GC4XRZJ | Greenwood
2014 Indiana Spring Picnic
by lakedawgs | GC4MGRJ | Tippecanoe River State Park
Don’t forget that GeoWoodstock is close enough this year, just make sure to get your hotel room booked. If you’ve never been to a Mega-Event this is a great one to attend. Things should start happening on May 21st and end the 25th- the actual event is on the May 24th. with some of the updated guidelines it will be interesting to see how that effects the number of cursory events at Woodstock.