Our family has picked up the peculiar habit of screaming out “Cacaw” when we make a geocache find. It started somewhat as a joke but it just didn’t go away. I know several people have a sound or a word (like Hucklebucke) they use when they make a find. Do you have a saying or … More Celebrating a smiley
Happy Birthday Miley! Today, my baby girl turned 9 years old. I seriously can’t believe she is already 9. It seems like just yesterday she was that spunky little redhead that wouldn’t go anywhere without her tiara. Time just seems to travel so fast and then at other times just stand still. Unfortunately, it tends … More Brace Yourself for the Bumps in the Road
As part of GCCO we got a request recently to speak with a Park Ranger at Boyd Lake State Park about geocaching. I went out and spent an hour teaching the Ranger about geocaching. She seemed very receptive and even signed up for an account while I was there. I went over hides, events and coins. … More Our first CITO
This is our first test run with the GoPro attached to Black Betty’s dashboard.
NotBritish now has her license.All drivers between Colorado and Tennessee should watch out. Less than two days before the Mafia Tour begins. If you were going to ask if we have matching “Mafia Tour 2014” sweatpants – the answer is yes.
5/5 geocaching is the pinnacle of geocaching in terms of Groundspeak’s rating system. By the basic definition provided by groundspeak a Difficulty 5/ Terrain 5 geocache is: Difficulty: Extreme A serious mental or physical challenge. May require specialized knowledge or skills to find or open the geocache. By the same definition a Terrain 5 geocache is: Terrain: Extremely … More D5 T5 Geocaching
We went out for another great hike this morning and ended up with a D5 T5 smiley. You just have to love geocaching in Colorado. That’s not to say we just happened upon the geocache. We planned for it to be part of our hike. In fact, it was a DNF that we needed to … More A great hike and a smiley!