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24 May 2008
4:25 PM

Geowoodstock VI

We (Dan, Janet, Dave Y, and I) headed up to Wheatland today for Geowoodstock. The weather didn’t exactly cooperate—it was overcast, breezy, and sprinkled on and off during the morning. We arrived around 10am and spent an hour and a half or so wandering around. I really didn’t see much of interest, although Dave bought some geocoins and other trinkets.

Leaving Geowoodstock, we began caching. The close-by caches were traffic jammed—I’m not sure the logs ever got put back in the container because there was just a line of folks wanting to sign the log. As we headed off toward Marysville and focused on puzzle caches, the crowds significantly diminished. Dan had solved a lot of puzzles in the area, so we took advantage of this to concentrate on finding them. For the day I ended up finding just over 50 caches, as did the others.

17 May 2008
9:23 PM

China Beach

Karen and I took a drive today over to Mill Valley, Sausalito, and the Marin Headlands. We also took a drive through China Beach, and found one cache. The fog was rolling in through the Golden Gate when we were at the headlands, but it was probably in the high 80’s at China Beach.

7 May 2008
7:56 PM

Wandering in Morgan Territory Again

Dan wanted to get the FTF on a new cache way out in Morgan Territory, so I went with him. The hike was nice with very little elevation change. On the way back I picked up another relatively new cache, so I again have no unfound caches in Morgan.

6 May 2008
6:46 PM

Logic circuit puzzle

Dan pointed me at this puzzle (Circuit Bored), which I solved with the help of a circuit emulator (probably could have done it by hand just as quickly). After I pointed him to the emulator, he got the answer too, so this morning we headed out to get it.

1 May 2008
9:46 PM

Parkfield

Today I took Mom back home to Shafter, and then returned via highway 46 and the road through Parkfield to Coalinga, picking up 24 caches along the way.


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