Georgia TARSUS Event

I have decided that it's time for me to cease trying to have an annual event on Lake Allatoona.

I shall leave TARSUS events in Georgia to other, perhaps younger, crews. I've enjoyed the two events we have had. Best wishes to all TARS crews for many exciting adventures in years to come.

A Note for Geocachers:

When I took down this website, I removed an essential clue you needed for the Wildcat Island Geocache. I wanted you to become familiar with sailing canoes. The name of our canoe is TARKA, but if you'd still like to learn about canoe sailing I invite you to go to this URL:

http://www.enter.net/~skimmer/

Tars Members: If you'd like to learn about Geocaching, go to this URL:

http://www.geocaching.com/

If you aren't a member of TARS...

Go to the TARS website and get acquainted with TARS and this particularly wonderful series of children's books. Old folks can enjoy the books too!

To make it easy for you to join TARS and to purchase items from the Stall, Dave Thewlis is the voluntary TARS coordinator for the United States. Payments to TARS can be made through Dave without the problem of currency exchange.

Go to Dave's TARSUS webpage to find out more.