This weeks Podcacher, friends.
I really liked this weeks Podcacher Show 275.0: A Puzzling Day. It was one of the better podcasts that I have heard in the last few weeks. I think it appealed to my evil streak. Anytime you can come up with new puzzles it is a good thing. Podcacher is one of my insperations. I have a few that I took ideas from them.
In all it was a great show. The pet GPS tracker would be good. I really love the reverse geocache you can check it out here. It is an idea where you need to get a box to a particular spot. Then it will open. You need to take the cache container to the coordinates, then it will unlock. I looked at the design at one point. I should delve into it a little more. i have a few hardwood boxes that I made some time ago that I would like to try it on.
I am still working through some of the caches in my list. I am down to about 140 caches to go through.. i have a lot on hold that I am working on as well. If I have not looked at your cache, or if you are wondering what is going on. I have forgotten them before. I have had as many as 300+ caches in my queue and on hold when I got back from scout camp. So feel free to pipe up if you are wondering what is going on with yours. That is what email is for.
I wanted to toss in a bit about my friends. I was reading the latitude 47. The blog of groundspeak. they just had an article A Journey of 1001 Days of Geocaching. It made me think of some of the great friends and local cachers there are. I will try and write a bit about them when I get the chance. This guy has done 1000+ days of caching. Yet Dr Jay passed 1200 in the past few weeks, and he has 700+ ftf's. Jac0b passed 1800 caches. I remember early on wondering who these two were. I am happy to have met them and count them among my friends.
We have so many fantastic people here in Utah. I have a hard time listing and naming them all. Many I have met, and many more I have yet to meet. So until we do meet. Good luck and good caching.