25840Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Intro from kekoaskye
- May 1, 2008
Anyone who has more than a 100 finds isn't really new anymore but welcome to geocaching none the less. <G> Come to an event sometime. They are usually held in some place like Rudy's where it is easy for families and everyone to move around, visit, and take care of their own food preferences. I think that the local group is one of the nicest bunch of people that you could ever hope to meet.
Russ the waterweasel
Sent: Apr 30, 2008 11:58 PM
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Intro from kekoaskye
Hello to everyone - I'm new to this group as of a couple of days ago.
"kekoaskye" is our family - myself, Darlene, Kekoa (son, 8) and Skye
(daughter,6) . We started geocaching officially in January and hit 100
a couple of weeks ago. So far I've met Gus Strand of the Strands, and
communicated with Paul (HiDude98) a couple of times via email. Our
concentration of finds has been primarily in Round Rock, but we've
explored around the kid's school, near Far West, and around the
ballpark my son plays baseball at, Balcones.
Our family has also enjoyed hiding 4 caches - 3 traditional and 1
mystery/puzzle one. We've got a couple more planned in the short-term
- mostly in Round Rock, and one off of Metric Blvd in Austin. It's
taken 2 months so far to prepare for the one near Metric, and we're
not finished yet. We like to make them tough, or interesting or both,
so if you like that type, feel free to look them up.
I've heard so many good things about the group of geocachers in
Central Texas and look forward to meeting as many of you as possible
virtually or for real. :)
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