Thursday, September 25, 2008
During our visit to New England, we stopped for a stay at the Publick House in Strurbridge, Massachusetts. Adjacent to the Publick House is a large cemetery with many of our country's earliest heroes from the Revolutionary War buried here. It is also the final resting place of Mrs. Experience and Mrs. Desire. ;-)
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Monday, September 15, 2008
This is the second of these we have found in the woods. Both had caches. Is this something you can buy on E-Bay? I can read it now... "Ever wanted to place a nice cache in the woods, but couldn't find a guardrail to hold your hide? Well, here's just what you need...."
This was a stage of a really well done multi, but the guardrail is pretty funny. There was no evidence of any road ever having been there.
Friday, September 12, 2008
We were at the Wild Wind Folk Art Festival in Pittsfield and saw this wagon full of youngsters enjoying the day with dad. I thought the linking wagons were great. The kids looked really happy. I couldn't tell if it was the cool ride they had or the great ice cream they were enjoying. I'll bet mom and dad were happy the wagons are easy to clean :-).
Monday, September 8, 2008
Ali was getting her new glasses today and stopped by at lunch. There was a new cache in a park near the office so we had a pleasant lunch-time hunt. I thought Battshack was a great idea (why don't I ever think of these?). Unfortunately, I'm Alright has been hanging out in my head as an earworm since I saw the battyshack. I also keep hearing Bill Murray say "Freeze gopher." I was surprised to see that this guy has a whole site devoted to Caddyshack. It seems like that movie was a lifetime ago.