At Geowoodstock VII in 2009,we had the good fortune to run into the Campbell family from Spokane,WA (and now also Denton,TX) in a lunch line. We had a great time talking to them,and we loved their clever geocaching handles. The first photo below,which ran on page 25 of The Joy [...]
We’re off to Washington state tomorrow for GeoWoodstock VIII,which promises to be a fun-filled and busy weekend! Our booth on Saturday is going to be situated between Remlinger’s Farms’booth and Clear’s booth,so look for us and come by to say hello!
At our booth,we’ll be selling and personalizing copies of [...]
The nice people of the Westmoreland Conservancy,a non-profit local land trust in Murrysville,PA,contacted us about an event they’re going to hold on May 22,2010. So we sent them a few books to raffle off. Here’s the event info,if you’re near western PA in mid-May:
The Westmoreland Conservancy,a non-profit local [...]
Dana and I are in Austin,TX for South by Southwest. the timing was great because the first copies of The Joy of Geocaching arrived at the warehouse on Tuesday and our publisher expressed them to us here. On Thursday night we had dinner with Mrs. Captain Picard,TreyB and Moosiegirl who,along with The [...]
It’s official:We’ll be hosting a booth at Geowoodstock VIII in Carnation,WA on July 3. We’ll be signing copies of The Joy of Geocaching and making them available at a special GW VIII discount. We’ll also be running some cool promotions throughout the day and giving away geocoins. More details as we get closer [...]
We received an e-mail from a business colleague who’s moving to Boston. She asks:
My husband and I are moving to Boston at the end of the year; We will be living in the city,so I was hoping that I could use geocaching as a way to explore the place. But I found very [...]
We needed to take an author photo for the book,so we decided to do it this weekend while we were geocaching in Vermont. We didn’t have a professional photographer handy,but we did have Dana’s wonderful Panasonic Lumix and a nifty portable tripod called the Gorillapod. Here’s the result (note the GPSr units).
Paul’s daughter was visiting a friend in San Antonio this weekend,so Dana decided to come along and make a caching weekend of it. We picked up 61 new caches and logged 14 DNFs in a little over two days,which wasn’t bad considering the sweltering summer heat. We cached in the middle of the [...]
While taking a short break in the White Mountains of New Hampshire,we decided to try our hand at some rough terrain geocaching. In these rocky mountains,that means climbing over boulders and scrambling up short by the very steep hills,clinging on to any branch or tree root one can find for support. We logged [...]
If you’re ever in the White Mountain region of New Hampshire,sign up for the Canopy Tour at Bretton Woods ski area. We took a break from geocaching to zip through the treetops for a few hours and it was a memorable experience indeed. ‘We can’t recommend it highly enough. Here are some videos of the [...]