Task Difficulty: 1.5 Out of 5.0
Terrain Difficulty: 5.0 Out of 5.0
Occupied Island Splash Mob - OU05EA

 Avast ye ole buccaneers! Thar be a parley 1015 to 1030 on the waters between the state park and Carter's Island.

Hidden by  ithink314

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N 37° 04.320' W 79° 36.600' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Virginia
 Cache Type: Event
 Size: No container
 Status: Archived
 Time: 0:15 h   Distance to Travel: 0.10 mi
 Date Hidden: 16 March 2013
 Date Created: 12 February 2013
 Last Modified: 14 February 2013
 Waypoint: OU05EA
 Also Listed On: Geocaching.com


1 Attended
0 Will Attend
{{comment}} 0 Comments
0 Notes
0 Watchers
1315 Visitors
0 x Rated
Rated as: N/A
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Description   EN   

Who knew thar be private water-locked domiciles on these waters?  Watch fer scallywags as we be mannin' the crow's nest 'n contemplatin' pllagin' n burnin' (just kiddin')

Man-o-war (boat) required, as are lifejackets.  Swimming optional and not recommended.  Noise and pirate gear optional.

At 1015 Buccaneers shall navigate slowly to posted coordinates

At 1022 Buccaneers shall carefully gather thar as close to near posted coordinates as possible, hoist the colors (ie, give the universal sign of the geocacher- hold up gps or phone) and yo ho ho away in pirate speak. 

This shall be met with the motherlode of booty tossing and then yon mateys will smartly heave ho to the four winds.

Dead men tell no tales...Savvy?

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7 16 March 2013 ithink314 attended the event

Woohoo, attended another one! I think, OK, I know, we were running somewhat more than fashionably late for this event. Who knew pontoon boats only go 12 mph, or 13 mph in our buccaneer trim?! At 20 mph we would have gone the 5 miles in time to spare, but alas, or windlass, or lassies beware, we did not even beat the lone kayak paddler here. We did maintain communications with our spy aboard another boat, and arranged supplementary rendezvous during sacking of a few nearby uninhabitable islands, giving the occupied islanders a reprieve after no doubt frightening them with our brief high speed, heh, pass dangerously close, cough, to their shores. For the record, we have it on good authority from several rarely reliable pirates that htomc42 was spied by our sister fleet of high speed attack ships, in the vicinity of this event coordinates, but was not closely approached due either to right of way regulations (as if we obey), or small ship size not providing sufficient plunder potential. As he was soon found, interrogated, and released by the fleet command ship after sharing avast treasure, he earned an Attended! As if paddling all the way, and making the command ship seem fast, or maybe slow, wasn't enough. 
Thanks to all who shared the seas and booty for this event! Twas fun meetin and greetin new friends and old.