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I, geoRobot

Science fiction writers have for many years predicted the rise of the robots; a time when the machines that we have designed and built will develop higher “thought” processes and decide that on balance they are better off without us pesky humans. 508 more words



Start, stop, start, stop…procrastinate…start again, stop, wait, think a bit, start, stall, stall some more, download and format the pictures, stall some more, stop, start yet again… 863 more words


Week 138 ..... A bridge Too Far?

One of the reasons why I like geocaching. It’s the journey and discovery of new and interesting places.

That little grassy mound directly behind the bridge was once upon a time, a place where so called witches would have been brought after they had stood trial to meet their demise. 86 more words

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FLEXible Geocaching

I decided to use FLEX and take the morning off because working 12hours solid at the computer for three days in a row gave me a migraine headache and a back ache. 126 more words


Forks, WA Continued

Saturday, August 09, 2014 I left early to drive to Port Angeles to the Wal-Mart to pick up a prescription. One of our group members is staying in the parking lot there and somehow the keys to her car ended back in forks. 1,252 more words


Guest Blog Post: An American Adventure, Geo-style

A while back I asked Dad (aka Opa-Bob) if he would be interested in writing something about his experiences geocaching while on his big holiday to North America earlier in the year – I figured this would be a nice continuation from the mentions I have made of his travels, as well as provide us all with a little insight into an… 1,676 more words