This British Columbia geocache stares down adventures. BUT What would you write as the caption to GCZV5Y? “I didn’t know trees needed prescription eye wear?” or “I wonder if this evergreen can’t see the forest for the trees?” You can do better. The winner receives the coveted limited edition and much sought-after lapel pin (retail value $2.99).
Please include your geocaching username in all entries. Winner will be chosen by an ad hoc committee of Lackeys.
You don’t know Judi Nordgren, but at the same time she’s probably as familiar as a favorite aunt. She’s described as a loving second mother to many, a woman with a heart as big as all outdoors and an avid motorcyclist. While you may know someone who fits Judi’s description, you’ll never have the pleasant opportunity to meet Judi. She passed away unexpectedly in 2005. She was 42.
Even though you can never meet her, Judi’s family wanted you to know her. They created a Travel Bug, “Riding with Judi.”
Its mission is to do what Judi had only dreamed. The Travel Bug wished to go around the world. The directions were simple, the message powerful and the act of those who helped “Riding with Judi” travel 29,157 miles can only be described as beautiful.
It took more than four years and 60 stops. But riding with Judi is now in the same state where the Travel Bug started its journey. All those who touched “Riding with Judi” with their hands, they also felt it in their hearts. Judi’s family felt it too.
They tell me they’re excited Judi has returned home and her wish to see the world honored by those who never meet her, but now know her.
Tragedy (GCCD40) – This is one of my early favorites. Find out how this Georgia, USA cache honoring those who lost their lives, helped save a life. The “Tragedy” cache has been logged more than one hundred times already, but one log is unforgettable.