Monthly Archives: May 2010

Back to the Badlands

One of the best caching experiences we ever had was back in the summer of 2006.Life in the Wet Lane   There was a weekend event called “Badlands Cache Quest” and we camped at the Lions Youth Camp just north of … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life

I gave myself a new writer’s challenge today — take something mundane and write about it.  Sounds simple, right?  Then I added a caveat for myself:  try and do it in a way that makes people actually want to read … Continue reading

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Allsmoke Mountain

On Saturday, May 16 I set out with Tucker the Dog.  Our goal?  Climb Allsmoke Mountain.  The trailhead for Allsmoke is reached by heading west of Millarville on Highway 549 and then southwest on Gorge Creek Trail.  The Gorge Creek Trail is … Continue reading

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Crosby and the Worlds

I’m usually the first one to jump all over players who turn down the chance to play for their country, but even I am forced to cut Sidney Crosby some slack on this one. His Penguins went all the way … Continue reading

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It’s Just Too Soon

A few weeks back I wrote on how much I was enjoying the NHL’s advertising campaign “History Will Be Made”.  However, the latest commercial has left me with a bit of a sour taste when it comes to the campaign. When … Continue reading

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Cache and Release

What do you get when you take several dozen crazed Geocachers, 59 new Geocaches all released at the same time and add in a dash of sleep deprivation?  You get Calgary’s Cache and Release Winter 2010, officially known this year … Continue reading

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