Thursday, June 3, 2010

Drought

I feel like there has been bit of a blogging drought here on the blog. Truth is, it's summer. Summer in AZ kinda puts a damper on the "lets go geocaching attitude" I normally have. So I haven't done much of anything lately.... except working out! Mostly indoors.

If your a runner, walker, cyclist or whatever come join in on the fun at dailymile.com



It's sort of Twitter for the workout world. You can even set it up so that what you log on there, goes to Facebook or Twitter ;-) I just like it because it's a good place to keep track!

Anyway, hoping to run across something exciting to blog about soon!

8 comments:

  1. I may have to try this out!

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  2. You have been quiet! Nice that you're getting some exercise in. May and June are some of my busiest caching months, because the weather is so nice. If only we didn't have mosquitoes...

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  3. Don't let the AZ heat be an excuse for not geocaching. You could do moonlight hikes? Or early morning runs before work?

    I just went to an event tonight where fellow cachers told me about caching in the snow...now there is something I'm not looking to try soon!

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  4. Don't let the AZ heat be an excuse for not geocaching. You could do moonlight hikes? Or early morning runs before work?

    I just went to an event tonight where fellow cachers told me about caching in the snow...now there is something I'm not looking to try soon!

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  5. @Lucy, I'm way too chicken to cache at night ;-) I don't know anyone in the area to go with... and I'm scared of Javelina! I'm hoping to get up the mountain soon for some cooler caching though ;-)

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  6. I agree with you about caching in the dark. Plus all types of bitting critters come out after dark in Arizona!

    I'm heading up to Flagstaff on Thursday for a weekend of geocaching, camping, fishing, and kayaking.

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  7. @eatstayplay, your Flagstaff trip sounds awesome! I have yet to make it that far north!

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  8. I logged my 6 miles in! Thanks for posting this site!!!

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