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  1. He'ssss Baaaackkkkkkkk

    Can't wait to see you again, Don! It's been a while. We're glad you're coming back for a visit!!!!
  2. Garmin 64 series v4.00 Firmware Update Out

    I use this option for loading and I've not had the problem of disappearing events. I tried it again today and everything worked just fine. I HAVE NOT done the firmware update yet. No time yet for this. One other problem that Rich & Lola (and I think HC has too) have had that I haven't is the Share Wirelessly problem that sometimes the cache sent would show up and sometimes it wouldn't. It just seems that the Share Wirelessly is a little flaky at times. 
  3. 2katz is a Granny!

    Congrats to the new granny and parents! What a great Christmas present!!
  4. Running Up the Numbers

    No kidding. I was surprised that by the end of the day Amber was huddled in the back back seat under a blanket looking like she'd just finished a marathon or three. It was a long caching day but it wasn't that bad!  I'd forgotten we stopped and took that picture. It was a fun day.
  5. The obligatory Congratulations thread

    Congrats, tuba_dude! Congratulations to Baytown Bert for logging his 6,000th cache on the Lone Star State series yesterday in W.G. Jones Forest! 
  6. CLAPS 2014 Spring Paddle CITO (Sun. 4/27)

  7. Block Party 2014

    Excellent list, Greg! I think Block Party is way more fun than GeoWoodstock. I've been to all the BP events plus the Ape Cache event and still love attending. There is so much to do in the Seattle area.   The only thing I would add is to get in line early to buy t-shirts and stuff from Groundspeak and THEN do all the other things. They sell out fast and the line gets very long.  The lab caches were available before the Block Party started so you can wander the area and cache while they are setting up the booths.
  8. I Have a Dream... of getting the (S) CLAPS

    Just to clarify for everyone, we will be doing S CLAPS 42 through 55. I wonder who will get the privilege of grabbing #53?  Might not be too bad with a high tide. Weather is looking great!
  9. I Have a Dream... of getting the (S) CLAPS

    SOMETIMES? It seemed like every time I looked back he was slacking. Now I only have to paddle my own weight!
  10. I've never owned a gold T-shirt before nor one with a chicken on it so this will be something new and different. 
  11. I Have a Dream... of getting the (S) CLAPS

    Bert! It's called "we need to do maintenance!"
  12. CLAPS Holiday Lights Nighttime Paddle Event & CITO

    It was a blast! So glad to see Cache Control and Mud Frog make the trip from Beaumont and wademercer and TheRoamingItinerant dashing down from Dallas. Wade and Adam had yak problems with the rental (a large crack in the bottom) and almost sank and then hauled a$$ back to Bay Area Park to get new yaks with TheBicycler following to help if needed. Then they all PADDLED BACK to Big Island Slough to meet up with us again. What troopers. The lights on all the yaks were simply amazing. I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with next year! 
  13. 2013 Geocaching Block Party

    BUT...he's never been normal! 
  14. 2013 Geocaching Block Party

      Shhh! We don't talk about bar tabs.    We prefer to call it research. The only way to get Mr. Kirbydox to travel with us is to find good beer and baseball since he isn't into caching. You and Matt didn't even hit as many microbreweries as Rich & Lola and I did.   That was a fun trip. I like Block Party even more than Geowoodstock! 
  15. 2013 Armand Bayou CITO Spring Cleaning Sunday - 4/21/13

      Sure I get blamed for everything.      It seems most of the containers need refreshing anyway and we are trying to make improvements and change it up some. Sunday we scouted out some new hiding spots and made some notes. It's always a good day being on the water!    I'd really like to do some small mashups in the future for those who have never paddled and want to learn. My schedule is a little more flexible than Cachestackers so if there are people out there who want to learn but have been a little hesitant, let me know. Don't let the gator pictures scare you off!