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Egypt, You Finicky Little Bitch

In case you hadn’t heard, me and Tamara were supposed to go Egypt this November. But given all of the political crap that’s been going on there, we were a bit unsure as to how things were going to play out. I had booked us a tour to see most of Egypt. We were going … Continue reading »

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Confessions of a Business Traveler

I’m sitting here in a little hotel about a five minute walk from the Tower of London in London, England. I went out for a walk earlier and found myself a bit depressed as I wasn’t even sure where to go. This is the fifth time I have been to London in a year and … Continue reading »

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Happy New Year

Well here we are. Another year gone by and another year started. 2011 has begun and let me tell you, the time off was WELL deserved and enjoyed. For the first time in a VERY long time, I actually did as little as possible. I think there was at least three to four days of … Continue reading »

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A trip out west, and back in time

On November 29th, 2010, I boarded Air Canada flight 8931 and began the long journey that would end only two days later. However, what happened during that brief stay in Hollywood, California would remind me of a great many things, including how lucky I really am. Anyone who has known me any length of time … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part VI – The Lost & Found Event

This article is part six of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. In this part, I’ll talk about Groundspeak’s big Lost & Found event near HQ and my final few caches in the city. … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part II – The first day

This article is part two of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. In part 2, I’ll tell you about my arrival in Seattle, my visit to HQ, and a couple of other events I … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part III – Project APE

This article is part three of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. In this part, I’ll share the story of the trek to the last Project APE cache in North America. One of the … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part IV – Luau & GW8

This article is part four of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. In this part I talk about the big Luau event and GeoWoodstock VIII. When we last left off, I had headed back … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part V – The Original Stash

This article is part five of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. In this part I’ll share the story of how I made the trek from Seattle to just outside Portland to see the … Continue reading »

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Pilgrimage to Seattle Part VII – To Sum It All Up

This article is part seven of a series of articles I am writing to share the story of my adventure to Seattle, WA to attend GeoWoodstock VIII and several other key geocaching locations. This part sums up the entire adventure and gives you the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything else. In four days … Continue reading »

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