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Everything posted by lil_cav_wings

  1. You are an evil and cruel human being... ... I respect that!
  2. Sounds like a good Friday night/Saturday morning! Beer, girls and a cache!
  3. Me too! I order them online from zappos.com or mountaingear.com. Great hiking shoes. They're pretty true to size, and they are comfortable for hiking right out of the box (no break in period necessary).
  4. I like the dog, but sometimes our conversations are sooo one-sided.
  5. I bumped into a very nice gentleman while on a back road. He showed up just as I was signing the log, and I felt a little bad... until I saw his Garmin... then I felt GPS-envy.
  6. If you're looking for a good deal on an "expensive" jacket for the outdoors, stalk the camping/ outdoor gear ODAT websites, like steepandcheap.com or mountaingear.com. I found the love of my life, a North Face Summit Series shell, there one afternoon and haven't looked back since.
  7. I'd like to buy you a drink, sir. If only more people had that philosophy about things in their lives, there would probably be fewer fake boobs, flashy cars, and trophy wives in the world.
  8. Juvenile for an 11-year old boy to leave behind? Yeaaaa. A good find for a female cacher in a spot of bother? Most certainly. Brownie points? Only if you leave them in a ziplock baggie to keep them from getting wet.
  9. For military cachers: When you've gone to the range, waited all morning to shoot, get told by the range NCOIC that you didn't have to come out because you qualified last month, and then you swipe an empty ammo can before you leave... ... a four year reenlistment contract should at least get you a free ammo can, right?
  10. I was moving to a new town when I found a TB. I was without internet for about a month, but the new iPhone app saved my butt. I was able to log the find and log the drop right at the sites! For some people, part of the issue might be travel or having the ability to log the find in a timely manner. You just forget about it because you've "lost the momentum" of your find. You toss it in a backpack or a glove box and forget about it. If you can log the find right away, it might help to be able to hold someone accountable (for lack of a better term) for squatting on your bug for so long.
  11. *eh hem* Umm, my name is Nikki and I'm a lurker (well, until now). Sometimes, my urge to comment overwhelms me, but I stifle it in fear that my geocaching coolness won't be as epic as others because my post count is nil. Today, the urge got the better of me...
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