Monthly Archives: July 2011

Golden Skateworld, Charles Manson and Double Chunk Chocolate

My wife, Lynn, retired from teaching a few weeks ago.  Thirty years of mimeographs, teaching Special and Regular Education, switching schools, school systems and enduring everchanging teaching philosophies and burearacy.  Where did the time go???!!! March 30th, 1976 – An … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Bonking and Waller Mill Park

Saturday, June 20, 2009 – 1500th find!!!TFTC Found after a long day of hiking. Mr. S. was suffering from heat exhaustion and had to stop and lie down several times on the way back (97 degrees). Mrs. S. was pouring … Continue reading

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Deltaville, Reedville, Captain John Smith and Bill the Docent

Whew!!! I write this the day after we drove 300 miles, hiked 3 miles or so, and found seven geocaches. What would possess us to do such a thing? It’s called the Captain John Smith Geotrail. This series of geocaches … Continue reading

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