Archive for November, 2008

Show #11 – Bookcrossing

| November 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

A special post -Thanksgiving show  If you listen carefully toward the end, you might hear the namesake of our parent company Mrs. Beasley snoring as we finish recording. Logging of member only caches Purchasing a Groundspeak Premium Gift Membership Event – Cocoa, Cookies, and Caching Twitter – Art Twitter – Karen Centennial […]

I wish people were a little smarter about what they place in a cache

| November 23, 2008 | 1 Comments

This is a picture of what I pulled out of the cache called Curt’s Bill Gates Booty #2. As you can see, two very old cupcakes and a tube of toothpaste was part of the bounty found today. Since this was the first of four caches we found over a two mile hike, yours truly […]

Why did you bring me here?

| November 13, 2008 | 1 Comments

The fun for me of geocaching is discovering new, previously unknown locations right outside my backyard. The better caches I experience bring me to a scenic view, a whimsical sculpture, or a historical location. These caches are always worth slowing down for, an to experience a WOW moment. In the book by Jeannette Cezanne Open […]

Please clean up after yourself!

| November 9, 2008 | 1 Comments

On show #10 of Centennial State Geocaching, we told you about our evening at Heritage Square and the short geocaching trip the next morning. We did not tell you about our unplanned adventure because of the remains of a multi-stage cache we found by accident. I knew there was a cache in the parking lot […]

Show #10 – Paranormal Geocaching

| November 4, 2008 | 0 Comments

Our encounter with the paranormal on Halloween.  A election night program for all. The audio quality is interesting tonight.  When I did the review of the raw data, it sounded perfect.  When I did the editing tonight, it appears that something was introduced. Spirits from the other side? Rocky Mountain Paranormal Society Paranormal Geocaches mentioned on […]