Re: [NUTS] Wow SKWERL
- Actually in the Austin area. Ironically the hotel is just down the road from Dell headquarters :-)You're right, that would be "wonderful" drive :-)b.----- Original Message ----
From: geospyder <geospyder@...>
Sent: Monday, December 4, 2006 8:56:22 AM
Subject: RE: [NUTS] Wow SKWERL
Where in Texas , Bryan ? We have a daughter that lives up in Wichita Falls, TX. We’ll be visiting during the Holidays. Just hoping all the ice has melted by the time we get there. Not looking forward to the drive from DFW to Wichita Falls if there is ice.
From: email@example.com [mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org ] On Behalf Of bryan@...
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 7:40 AM
Subject: Re: [NUTS] Wow SKWERL
Too funny! Not sure why you didn't bag Hawaii while you were in Alaska --they' re right next to each other on the States map :-) :-) Hoping to add TX to my list this week (figured I mind as well while I'm here). Just gotta get the work folks to cooperate and let me out for long enough to do it!
Then again, there are a few counties in Southern CA that I haven't cached yet either :-)
Good luck with your quest--you guys are N.U.T.S.!
- Congrats Brian. Aren't these statewide caches just a hoot? What a
great opportunity to explore a region and learn so much history and
geology in an area.
I didn't check but I hope you did some of our caches in Lyon, Douglas
or Mineral counties? I placed them in my dirt bike riding areas where
there are some great views or something of interest to see.
Thanks again for all your volunteer work for the group.
Dennis and Dorothy