Sneakin’ Out and Geocaching
Join Mock Crest Tavern and “Sneakin’ Out” on Friday night at 9:00 p.m., July 12th.
They are a Mock Crest Tavern favorite, and fans travel in from Washington, as well as other states, to grab their seats a few hours early. So if you enjoy acoustic and alternative sounds, you won’t want to miss these guys.
- David Gerow on mandolin
- Don Henson on percussion
- Mike Cheddar Schmitt on bass
Not only have they performed with big names, but they also have a CD titled “Train Wreck”. It is available to listen and purchase on My Space. So check them out for yourself before they perform Friday evening.
While Mock Crest Tavern is known for their beautiful outdoor full service seating, did you know they also have geocaching?
For those of you that might not know much about it, Wikipedia defines it as:
“Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, anywhere in the world.”
Mock Crest Tavern runs a “cam cache”, but there’s no hidden container to take and leave things from and in. The object is to have your picture taken while you are visible in the cam image on the web. Grab a friend to watch the cam from a computer at home while you stand in front of the cache with your GPS. Your friend takes a screen shot, and then, post it in the geocache log entry.
This link offers instructions on how to take a picture using http://www.mockcrest.com/cam.html
as well as how to capture a photo if you’re inside the tavern using the WiFi.
Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!
Posted by mockcresttavern on July 10, 2013