On the Road Again

And this time I might be able to avenge my failure to execute while in NY State last time. No smileys yet for me in that state.

This is just a distance padding run, though. I’ll be working 12-hour days, venture out for a walk and a signature, then fly back home to San Diego for a quick local find on Friday while I have the chance…followed by a departure to South Carolina Saturday for more caching, golfing, and general mayhem with the kids. I’m gonna rack up about 10,000 miles in just 2 weeks.

Crazy stuff. But I will be blogging on vacation, so stay tuned. I think it might be time to trot out some good how-to material to prep for summer.


About Peter

Peter is a Geocacher, competitive cribbage player, surfer, amateur magician, golfer and star watcher (the astronomical kind). In his day job for Datalink, Peter is a Senior Manager with their Cloud Service Management Practice helping customers build, manage and improve their legacy IT and Private Cloud infrastructures through Automation, Orchestration and clean living. We're not so sure on the clean living.
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0 Responses to On the Road Again

  1. kinzuakid says:

    Wow, easy to add the miles at 2,400 a pop (2,427.8mi from home coordinates, apparently). Yes, I am a mileage whore.

  2. lotrat says:

    I did a big road trip last summer. The deal was that I get to find 1 cache per state. I missed NE and WI by 20 miles or so, but I drove through MO 4 times and each time was at night. The cards never worked in my favor. I guess some states are just not meant to be. I added the worldwide map to my profile. I’m looking like a real cacher now.

  3. kinzuakid says:

    And I AM FREAKING JEALOUS! I was scheduled to hit Hong Kong at the beginning of March but weather kept my plane on the ground. Sucks. I should make it to EU sometime this year so I have my hopes up.

    Lucky duck.

  4. kinzuakid says:

    Oh, yeah- I lied. I never did blog on vacation. Too bad I was relaxing so hard.

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