Life as a Geocacher

Caching and Reviewing

This is made up of stories from my caching and my reviewing.  It is a collection of those along with comments and thoughts.  Photos, and maps of some adventures and lists of some of the oldest caches.

Busy Busy

I have had so much to do in the last few week that I have not had a chance to do anything.  Despite having the plan to sit down and pound out a few notes, thoughts, and ideas, I never had (took) the time to sit down.

I have had a few really good caching trips this last week.  It includes a run through the new Sienfield road about 200 caches that run from Payson to Mona and back up over the mountain to link with the Shakespeare/McGyver road caches.  I think that makes a string of nearly 400 caches in length.  Peanuts Parents is the cacher that spent a lot of time getting it all put together.  It took me about a week to get them all done, working them in with others so as not to delay them all.

I went with family and was going to place a few caches in the Richfield area, but never got around to it.  But never really had time.  I wanted to place one on the peak, but did not make it.

I came back from a break to find well over 100 caches for me to go through.  Lots of new people with problems.  So I do not know how many will actually be listed.

If you sent me an email I have not really gotten to it, likewise if you had problems with your cache it may be a little bit before I get back to it.  I will work throught the new ones before I stop and really go through my email much until that point.  So hold on and I should get through it today or tomorrow, and start dealing with my emails.  I know if you have an issue that can be annoying, but bear with me.

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