I live in the South. It’s icy today, so there is a region-wide panic about driving. Therefore, we had no newspaper when I got up this morning. Being Sunday, I’m accustomed to lingering over the paper with multiple cups of coffee, so I was somewhat at a loss. I decided to try a very pragmatic … Continue reading Paper or silicon?
We had planned to go out for breakfast this weekend, but the forecast was for nasty weather. So, instead we decided to try out our friends’ recipe for a breafast casserole. First, some history. Every time we have been fortunate to take brunch at the Kaups, it usually features a savory sausage/egg casserole washed down … Continue reading Casserole a la Kaup
First, a few dates… May 1, 2000 – Selective Availability was turned off. All civilian GPS units instantly become 10 times more accurate. May 3, 2000 – David Ulmer hides a bucket of goodies near Seattle and posts the coordinates on a news group. Mike Teague puts up a website to track log … Continue reading An Unofficial History of Geocaching