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GeoZombie Run Event -- October 26, 2013
Posted by: Half-Canadian on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 (18:17:49)

 

 
Zombies are on the loose everywhere! Are you ready for the Apocalypse?



The Tenth Annual Half-Canadian Halloween event on Saturday, October 26 is going to be the best ever -- jam-packed with fun for everyone! New caches to find, a Zombie Power Trail, obstacle course, puzzles to solve, indoor games and activities, a bonfire with s'mores, paintball Zombie shooting gallery and lots more! You pick and choose which activities you want to complete -- the more you complete, the more punches you earn on your Zombie Hunting Permit. Each punch earns you another ticket for the prize draw for some great goodies!


These events are always fully booked before the event is published on geocaching.com, so you'll want to register on the website ASAP to ensure your spot at this epic event!

There have been 100 Zombie Immunity Idols hidden throughout many areas of BC and western Washington, including the lower mainland, Fraser Valley, Kelowna, Kamloops, Victoria and Nanaimo -- 70 are still out there to be found. Each day, an email is sent to everyone registered for the event with the coordinates of one of the dolls. If you're the lucky FTG (First to Grab), bring it to the event for a bonus punch on your Zombie Hunting Permit. The sooner you register, the more notifications you'll receive and the better the chances you'll have to grab one of these coveted Idols.

Check out the full scoop at the GeoZombie Run website and the Facebook page.

The event headquarters is just two minutes south of the Aldergrove border crossing, ideal for a day trip across the border, or spend the weekend and take advantage of the cheap gas and shopping opportunities while you're south of the border!

There are only about 50 spots left for the event this year, so don't delay getting signed up -- hope to see lots of you there!


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