Baytown Bert

BBQBob2 Clementi - RIP

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I liked Bob.  I first meet him near Johnny Cache on our way to or from the Hot Sauce festival a few years ago.  We've gone to that every year since and have conspired with Bob to have cache events in the parking lot during the festival.   I will miss his urging to try the crawfish sausage vendor among other things when we go again this year.

 

I know he was a great guy but I wish I had gotten to know him better... reading his obit, I realized we had a lot of things and places in common.   He will be missed.

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Contact me if you'd like to contribute to flowers or a donation to a charity from the Houston Geocaching community.

 

Put me down for $20, ZHR

 

Me too.

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I'll talk to Pat about which charity to donate to.  I think that Bob would have approved of donating to charity instead of flowers.  I have had a few donations, but haven't made any decisions yet.

In my talks with Bob, I'm thinking a donation to the St. Clare's library would be a good idea, since Pat works there.  Maybe designated for a Geocaching book?   

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N29 35.511 W095 07.081  Funeral for Bob is at 10:30

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BBQBOB02-obit_zpsbc5776cf.jpg

 

This was my first Catholic funeral and the edifice was beautiful.  Bob got a great send-off and I was glad Zoothornrollo was there with Greeneyed and I as he knew the ropes to perfection.  I pretty much just winged it silently.

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I am happy to see the photo of Bob with the kayak. His interest in boating was high and he would have liked that being there.

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his geocaching and learning to kayak were both mentioned on the back of the program. 

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Okay, what can we do about adopting out Bob's caches, seeing some of them are getting Needs Maint logs.

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Okay, what can we do about adopting out Bob's caches, seeing some of them are getting Needs Maint logs.

I would be interested if any are reasonably close to NE houston / Humble.

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Gregg, most if not all of his are down San Leon way.  I think ZHR is going to get in contact with Bob's wife and get his password.

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julee has already offered in conversation with me to adopt his caches since they're mostly in seabrook and a few around clear lake.  I know she started replacing/maintaining a few of the caches back in august and has them on a watch list for that purpose. 

 

looked over his caches.  most seem like they just need a owner maintenance log to clear the NM posts. 

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