Visiting in East Tennessee

Visiting in East Tennessee

The other day we drove northeast to come visit Mamaw & Papaw. We came up to put the boys to work and help get some things done out in the yard. Papaw’s little shadow was out helping supervise the yard work. Just down the road from my in-laws’ house is an adorable little baby. So…

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Dawson Creek & The Alaskan Highway

PCS 2013: Day 5 | Dawson Creek, British Columbia

We spent the evening in Fort Nelson, and enjoyed this beautiful rainbow just before we went to bed. The next morning, we got up and got on the road to Dawson Creek. We spent the night there at the “Mile 0 RV Park.” I wasn’t impressed with that place. The park itself looked nice enough,…

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Too Cool to Cache?????? Not Girl Scout Troop 2903 | Guest Post

Too Cool to Cache?????? Not Girl Scout Troop 2903 | Guest Post

Those of you who have followed my blog for some time, may remember periodically seeing posts about geocaching, like This One. Today I am going to share with you a Guest Post from “Bloodhounded” at CacheCrazy.com You can see how geocaching makes a great activity for adventurers of all ages! Enjoy! “Hello, my name is…

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My First “FTF” – Geocaching

In geocaching, like all things internet…there is a lingo to be learned. You see many things like… “TNLNSL!” = Took Nothing, Left Nothing, Signed the Log” “TFTC” = Thanks for the Cache! “TFTH” – Thanks for the hunt/hide “DNF” = Did not find and the best of all, “FTF!” = FIRST TO FIND!!!!!

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Historical Places & Geocaching

Over the weekend, Jennifer, Mamaw and I went geocaching one day. We went all over the area, particularly in the Blountville, TN area. We found lots of geocaches, and saw beautiful places. The first of which, was this. "Acuff’s Chapel" For you geocachers out there, Waypoint: GCNJ8W Holding my camera against the glass, and shading…

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My 1000th Geocache!

We spend the better part of today, driving around the tip of Tennessee, doing some geocaching. Much more will come tomorrow, but for now, I wanted to share my 1000th find. This pic was taken with my cell phone, and posted to facebook.

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Rhodes Pond – Falcon, North Carolina | 17 Jan 2010

After leaving the Old Bluff church on Friday, we headed north to check on a cache at another place that has a little history, and beautiful views. Rhodes Pond The neatest part of this place, is the Cypress Trees that are just everywhere. Some history: "Rhodes Pond was built in the 1700s by a dam…

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History All Around Us | 16 Jan 2010

History is all around. Sometimes you have to look for it, sometimes you just have to look. Yesterday, when the kiddos got done with their schoolwork, we headed out to enjoy the wonderful, sunny 60-degree weather. Our mission of the day was to check on our geocaches and find a few new ones…and enjoy the…

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