The event is family orientated - geared more as a family reunion than a geocaching event - so there were lots of activities to do for the kids.
Zeke participated in an ammo can painting event, and both kids took part in the easter egg hunt.
I took part in a odd-ball container swap. Folks brought unique and different containers, placed them in paper bags, and left them on the table. Later on we all selected a different bag. Think of it as a Christmas gift exchange but with caches (so better!). I ended up with a bouquet of flowers with a cache attached. Stick that sucker in a garden and its gonna be a beast to find.
There were also vendors, a silent auction, and really delicious food.
There was, as you'd expect from a geocaching event, geocaching. Just before the event 16 new geocaches were published that were part of a geocaching bingo contest. I only found one of these, but I did manage to grab 7 other caches that were hidden in the park. I brought my mountain bike with me so I could get some range in, and not spend all my time and energy walking. This proved to be a great time saver (and a great deal of fun).
Headhardhat and the Headhardhatress were also in attendance, as evidenced by this photo:
This was my second Fall Fling, and this one was as enjoyable as the last. I can't wait until the next one.