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Flowers and Caches are Coming Up Everywhere

Ian’s parents came to visit them this weekend, and Bobby & Ian coordinated a trip with them and other friends to the Dallas Arboretum, which currently is presenting “Dallas in Bloom” as all the spring flowers start to turn out. It was really pleasant.

After, we all went to lunch at Mattito’s for Mexican food. It was 85 on Saturday, and we were all ready for cerveza y margaritas, so we had some. The service was surprisingly slow, but once we got our drinks and some chips, we didn’t care anymore. The company was excellent, and the weather was great, so we whiled away a long lunch, and it was really fun. Thanks to Ian’s parents for picking up the tab. *doffs hat*

That afternoon, the dogs and I went to the dog park and attempted a few caches. We found the first one, the second one is now gone, the third one was on the other side of a creek I would have had to wade across, and it got too dark to do the third. It was great fun, though, because the dogs hadn’t been to the park to run around (leashless) and play with the other dogs in quite a while.

Saturday night was simple and quite (for a change) and that was great, too. Grilled hamburgers and roasted corn on the cob, then had Blue Bell for dessert. Yum!

Today was spent geocaching primarily. I am so addicted to this, I just needed to get out and find a bunch – and find them I did. I nabbed 10 today, and my total is now 55. I try to do a couple during lunch here and there. It won’t be too many more weeks when I will have done all there are to do in Frisco. I’m doing some close to the office, and then will work to get all those in between. Then I’ll have to branch out from there. There have to be at least 1,000 in the DFW area.

Did my taxes tonight, and James is killing up a storm playing Halo 2, which he hasn’t done in a while. Next week is his spring break and I’m glad he has a chance to slow down for a few days. ๐Ÿ™‚

Current mood: Sleepy
Current music: “Back to the Island” Jimmy Buffett

2 thoughts on “Flowers and Caches are Coming Up Everywhere

  1. Ian Post author

    Your a busy boy!
    10 caches in one day – I’m impressed! We only did one but it was a multicache that had 5 different locations. If you ever run out of caches in Frisco, I think you’d enjoy Arbor Hills. There are plenty out there and you can take the dogs with you. It is nice when you get off the paved trails and back into the woods. Plus, you can let the dogs off leash in the woods ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Anonymous Post author

    Frisco Caches
    Completion percent is about 80% of the Frisco caches. Then I’ll widen my reach south towards the office until I have all of them between work and home. My rate should pick up as the days get longer ๐Ÿ˜‰

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