Monthly Archives: January 2009

About the Centennial State Geocaching Podcast

Geocaching in Colorado is an adventure in
Travel. Centennial State Geocaching hosts a podcast where we paint the mind’s
eye with colorful vistas and friendly people.

Adults and Children have great fun hiking the streets and trails of
The Centennial State in search of the treasure that only Geocaching can bring.
Join Art and Karen as we explore Colorado and neighboring states with the goal
of Geocaching fun. We have also explored New Mexico, Arizona and the not so
near Hawaii. To bring you what Geocaching has to offer we use our Garmin GPS
receivers to make finds in the diverse landscape in Colorado.

We have worked with several groups while Geocaching including Rocky
Mountain Orienttering Club
for land navigation. Boy Scouts have invited us
to place caches on their properties for their program opportunities. We are
hoping to work with more State and Civic groups in the future.

NO COFFEE!!!!!!!!!

We had a unannounced change in our coffee vendor overnight. A memo was issued this morning by the Executive assistant of our company. The text is below:


Since you each either took the time to help us by pointing out the complications with our coffee vendor changeover this morning or were copied on that correspondence, I just wanted to let you know I’ve made the vendor aware of the issues, and they are here now addressing them. I appreciate your concerns, and on behalf of the vendor, apologize for all the inconvenience. I had hoped for a far smoother transition and introduction to our new Seattle’s Best brew.

Thank you in advance for your continued patience as we make this right.

Meanwhile, there is rioting in the hallways. I’ve locked my office door in hopes of survival. If this ends up being my last blog post, thanks for reading.

Update at 1:15 PM

..Peace and tranquility came over the world as coffee service was restored. Although no one knows what happened to our CEO in the riots.