July 30, 2011

The Geocache King




We gathered for dinner with the Great Captain Poolie.


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Himself: Got all his wrecks written and got us on the freeway toward dinner expecting wall to wall stopped traffic. Instead traffic was at a complete stop going the opposite way. He’s keeping kiddies off cars this afternoon.

Herself: Friday: Swam. Very busy day and got to meet a fellow blogger at the Discovery shop. She brought us an armload of veggies….thank you thank you. Dinner. Geocaching. Today:
Check out Lenora’s yard sale, take J’s stuff to the art show, estate sales and Lenora’s sale again. Bought her dining room table for her sister…after calling, lunch, blog, take down the art show, museum, dinner with Feasters.

WW foods for the day: Out two nights in a row and not eating desert. Hurrah!

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Our first stop after dinner. The Captain and the Geezer head to the end of the path.



Where behind and beside was a lovely little capsule. There’s no doing geocaching without your GPS in hand. The Captain used her trusty I Phone.



The Geezer zero’d right in, The Captain signed the log, and we were all happy. “Shall we do it again,” asked the captain?



Up and down the street they walked. Under a baby yucca said the instructions. More like “In” we said.



Until G found, buried in a tiny hole in a small cacti, there was hidden a nano geocache.

The Great Geezer found two his first time out guided by the fearless Captain, and the whole recorded by your automaton Photographer. A really grand time was had by all.

7 comments:

  1. And Geezer was quite the finder. Didn't know my eyes were that blue. Holy momma!

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  2. Looked like a lot of fun! I would have enjoyed that.

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  3. Something simple like going on a treasure hunt... makes for a fun outing. Hope you are well.

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  4. I've often thought it would be fun to go one one of these gps treasure hunts. You've intensified my interest.

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  5. Looks as if you all had a great time. I'm glad.

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  6. I'm amazed that you were able to find something so tiny! I've heard about what fun it is to do this. Perhaps someday.

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