Yep, another trek up Knox Mountain in Kelowna found us finding a NEW cache, The Christmas Knox Mountain Cache.
Check the log for more details but this was a first for us too — our first Travel Bug, now to get the little bugger on his wayÂ¦
Yesterday we bagged to others, the ever elusive Mom’s Easter Cache — we tried this one in the summer but the lush foliage thwarted us. This time there appears to have been extensive logging, much sawdust, many stumps and logs, that made it easier. I hope the location survivesÂ¦this is a fun one.
The second we found (actually the first of the day) was another in the same park — Kelowna. a good find in a neat area.
Out for more tomorrow.
You never know what you’ll find while surfing caching sites. Here’s a great concept I can’t wait to see developed in the Edmonton area; Moving Caches!
Are you never first to find at a cache? Well that all ends now! If you?re fast enough you will be FTF on our caches! Yes it?s true that you may not be quite as fast as you thought, and find only some flagging tape where a cache should be, but sure enough, a day or two later it will show up somewhere again ready for you to discover its secret location.
Game, Set, Cache! is a moving cache for the Eastern Fraser Valley area. It is a 350ml Lock’n’Lock container with a roll of flagging tape, log book, sharpener, and pencil (and perhaps something special for the FTF!). There are no trading items in this cache. When you find it, tear off a piece of flagging tape from the roll and fix it to something where the cache was located. Remove the cache, post the find here, rehide it elsewhere, and then update the new location. The rules for the cache can be found by clicking on the link below and under the General RulesÂ for the Moving Cache Game.
Just caught this month’s issue of Today’s Cacher — hehÂ¦nice cover and a great idea, a monthly magazine for cachersÂ¦yep, it’s another online resource, but it has articles not just blog posts and the like.
Added to my monthly reading list.
Here I am, looking through my portfolio of work, and I notice that I don’t have anything that represents any radio work. So I think to myself, “Self, what can we do about this.” Self says, “Well, since you’re learning quite a bit about networking as you develop this new career, why not do an item on Networking?”. Self is a pretty smart guy, sometimes. So, here it is, in MP3 format, my (just under) 3-minute item on Networking. Comments?? You know where to post ‘em.The full text is in the extended entry…below
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Wow, my first post on an ancient blog: red-5.info, which you can find at Archive.org
March 05, 2003
Wow, after playing with a very cranky server, reading a whole swack of online documentation, and swearing a lot…I stumbled upon this excellent tutorial. Now to figure out templates.
Posted by Brad Grier at March 5, 2003 10:30 PM
I grabbed this post and dumped it into the blog so I can find it again some day 🙂