Re: Anyone else geocaching with young'uns?
- Thanks Mike, we'll look forward to the event at Pinnacles. Lived
here all my life and I've never made it over there!
I am a premium member of geocaching.com, so I do get a chance to chat
with others a lot, but it's hard to find folks in our area. Thanks
for the link to the Bay Area group!
--- In email@example.com, "touchstone12002" <touchstone12002@...>
> Hi christine_and_emma,
> Although I love this board, it's not particularly busy as far as
> goes. I'd hate to have you feel unloved ;) If you'd like to findsome
> caching partners, I have a couple of suggestions:with
> 1. The Geocachers of the Bay Area (www.thegba.net), is probably the
> largest and busiest Forum for our area. There are tons of parents
> little ones just like you. They are usually organizing stuffnearly
> every week, albeit, mostly in the San Jose and Bay Area. I'm surejust so
> you'd get a warm welcome by the crowd up there, and probably some
> offers to get together.
> 2. Attending an Event is another good way to meet people. It
> happens that there is a CITO Event over at Pinnacles NationalMonument
> coming up in March, hosted by...ahem...Me! All kidding aside, itto
> appears that it will be a fairly well attended Event if you're in
> such things. The work part of the Event is very kid friendlythe
> (basically pulling weeds and playing in dirt). If you're not into
> camping aspects of the Event, you can certainly come over for theday.
> Check the Calender of Events on Geocaching.com and I'm sure you canwrote:
> find other Events within an hour or so drive at least once a month.
> Best of luck,
> Mike and Ian(8)
> aka Touchstone and Swift Eagle
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "christine_and_emma" <artquest@>
> >daughter is
> > Are there any other moms in the Monterey area with little ones who
> > would like to go geocaching together once in a while? My
> > 3 years old, and I love taking her treasure hunting with me, but I
> > think she'd have even MORE fun if it were a treasure hunt with a
> > friend, too!
> > Look forward to hearing from you!