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Well, it has happened. is now a fully operational battle station. Prepare yourselves.

Before I digress, which I am known to do, let me start off by giving some credit and handing out some thanks. This would not have happened without you all. You know who you are. Thank you. The new site would not be in existance without Buttars, if you run into him, give him a hug and buy him a beer. HUGE thank yous to the veterans out there who have kept this afloat in times of trouble and triumph...I have personal things to say to you that will have to wait until we have a face to face.

At the pokercache party on September 19 I would really like to take a bit of all of your time and preach a little about "the game". We'll see, I will probably just get drunk and cry a lot.

SO. Go to the site. Familiarize yourself. It is different than the one we play on now but can do all of the things we do now AND MUCH MUCH MORE. You will need to create an account. It is free and always will be for players. I realize some of you have already been in and have looked around but it is time for everyone to come on board. Texting from a phone to the site works. E-mailing too. There is a great forum feature that we can all cache ourselves in as well. This site is still in beta. It is not finished so now is the time to see if we can break it.

For now, play around. Posting "real" caches is not off limits but I think it might serve us better to get really comfortable with the new toy before we go "live". Post pictures of your cats and dogs. Go to the forum and talk about bikes. Have fun.

LOVE to you all. -A. Mortician

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

#134 Found

Ruled out Warm Springs area and have never ridden
the bike to Hidden Springs, so thought, why not?
Went out via Seamans Gulch, hills not too bad.
Went past Hidden Springs area and rode around the farms
a while, almost wiped out on a gravel road. Back to Hidden Springs,
had pretty much given up when I saw a glimpse of a huge barn
behind the houses. Way bigger than what I thought I was
looking for. Rode over anyway and there it was. Rode back
via Cartwright road and some challenging hills. Cache contents
were mainly things I had cached before, plus a Spotingo Can Opener!
Look for the contents (except opener) coming to a cache near you soon.


  1. Kudos Slim - the Cartwright Loop is one of my favorites. I kept telling Cap'n I was gonna get this when I had some time. Guess that "time" came a little late!

  2. Thanks V. It was more than I thought I was in for, but I will definately add it to my riding rotation.

  3. Let me know when you go again - I might be in for riding it with you.

  4. Sweet. I am headed to China for a couple weeks in a few days but when I get back I'll take you up on that.