The Trail to TWO THOUSAND

I signed up for Geocaching on July 3, 2013 however … I didn’t find my first geocache until May 11, 2014. Yes, 7 years ago. And I’ve caching ever since. I discovered quickly that within the Geocaching Community there’s diversity in the ‘types’ of geocachers out there. Since each player – geocacher is a human,Continue reading “The Trail to TWO THOUSAND”

Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 5

WCP24’s only request was one non-geocaching day, which I readily said yes to accommodate it. Besides, I wanted a break in the action as well. It would be a day of chasing down Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives restaurants while shopping. All capped off with a visit-meet up with my friend, Janelle and husband,Continue reading “Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 5”

Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 4

I could hardly sleep even though I was thoroughly exhausted from yesterday’s impromptu power trail under the sun. The final geocache is in my sights: Potter’s Pond (GC3B) I resumed my role as NavCom considering I have the offline maps, and did the research on each of them on my list. WCP24 clamored behind theContinue reading “Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 4”

Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 3

The flight options from Reno to Salt Lake City were very limited; ungodly hour in the morning or too late at night. We chose the ungodly hour in the morning. Cha-Ching! While we were waiting for our flight, I decided to play the video slot machines available. As luck would have it … I WONContinue reading “Challenge Cache Chasing – Day 3”

The Joy of Geocaching – Part 2

May 25, 2020 – Part 2 of 2 Once I returned from Costa Rica to my home in the United States I was greeted by my Geocaching online purchase: a trackable walking stick! My intention was to gift to Arturo since he seemed fond of walking sticks but didn’t have one himself. Since he passedContinue reading “The Joy of Geocaching – Part 2”

The Joy of Geocaching – Part 1

May 18, 2019 I am a meticulous planner, but willing to abandon those plans if the risk-reward scale outweighs a spontaneous adventure. I traveled to Costa Rica with the intention of finishing my second book that I started too long ago. I called it my Ernest Hemmingway, writing sabbatical. I planned on writing for twoContinue reading “The Joy of Geocaching – Part 1”