Fun With Favorites

To celebrate 15 years of geocaching, introduced 6 new souvenirs as part of Geocaching Road Trips ’15. Here is our first – We earned this souvenir by finding a geocache with 10 or more Favorite Points.


Rocky Mountain High

Spent a few days in Colorado, escaping the heat. Found some caches in the Denver area, then went up to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park yesterday. Ate brunch at the Stanley Hotel – what a gorgeous place and absolutely perfect weather. Our friends, Shauna and Jim were with us – they live outside Boulder – and had never been to this area.

California Caching

Just spend a week in SoCal with my friends including the one who got me into geocaching, Picked up 10 between the OC and in Fallbrook. Great weather to hunt. I need to go back and do a marathon hunt. Next stop, Colorado

1800 Geocaches Found!

Finally hit 1800 found. Took a while, and I hope to get to 2000 in about a week as we head to Orange County to visit the friend who got me involved in Geocaching. We are going to do a marathon over several days to reach the magic mark.


Yesterday Sharon, Fergie and I went out for a walk and some hunting. To say the caches we found were amazing is an understatement. The person who hid them, cschooner, did an outstanding job of making the caches hard and fun, all at the same time. Following a canal we grabbed 6 out of the 25 he hid with time constraints limiting our search. We’ll be back for the rest in the near future

It’s Been A While

I haven’t posted anything in some time. Family issues have moved geocaching down on the priority list. Having said that I did manage to grab several while visiting my mother in Florida. She loves going out with me as we end up exploring parts of her town she’s never seen before.

I also replaced the container for Desert Vista TB Hotel

Have a Happy Thanksgiving one and all and enjoy the following:

“As God is my witness I thought turkeys could fly.”

Hot and Humid

We’re in Florida visiting my mother, and my father-in-law. Went out today with Kellen and found a quick three. We lived here in the 90s and I can’t tell you how much I can’t stand the humidity as compared to the dry desert heat.


It took a while but we finally got geocache numberĀ 1700. An overcast humid day made it easier than our normal scorching heat. Sharon, fergie and I found the bare minimum to reach the goal and left quite a number behind in the area, but we’ll leave them for another day.

Father’s Day 2014

Went out early and grabbed 9 before it got too hot. Next up, Father’s Day lunch consisting of Dim Sum with Nikki, Adam and Sharon. Picked up 3 more after lunch. Up to 1680 – Need to reach 1700 before the end of June