Tag Archives: Geocaching

Crater Lake, Oregon – September 2019

We left the Tacoma area with our ultimate destination of Albuquerque, NM. We started with that and looked at the most direct route. However, our routes they are rarely a direct route from Point A to Point B. We looked … Continue reading

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Camp Hosting in North Carolina – April 2018

As we returned to the Falls Lake State Recreation Area, we realized that this would be our fifth season serving as Camp Hosts in the Holly Point Campground. Our duties in the campground are very simple – clean our assigned … Continue reading

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Exploring Bethany Beach, DE – May 2017

I’ve crossed a lot of bridges in my time, big ones, little ones, high ones, and low ones.  This trip we crossed, what I would consider, the mother of all bridges – the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. The bridge-tunnel connects Norfolk … Continue reading

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What the heck is GEOCACHING?

I learned about geocaching from a friend while camping in Key West, FL.  He and I traveled all over that part of the Keys, finding geocaches of various types.  It has become a fun hobby and I have searched for … Continue reading

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Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, UT, April 2016

As we were planning our route to Washington we had the option of traveling north through the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone, or west through Pueblo, CO to Moab, UT.  Our research revealed that Yellowstone “could” open as early as the … Continue reading

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The Blue Mesa of Colorado, April 2016

When we left Manitou Springs on Thursday, April 21st, we were at about 6,500 feet above sea level.  As we drove west through the Monarch Pass we climbed to 11, 312 feet and crossed the Continental Divide into the western … Continue reading

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Dodge City, KS April 2016

How many of you grew up watching “Gunsmoke” on TV?  Marshal Matt Dillon and his sidekick deputy Fetus?  How about Miss Kitty and Doc hanging out at the Long Branch Saloon? As we were planning our trip from Florida to … Continue reading

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