Joined: Oct. 2001
||Posted: April 28 2002,2:36 am
I'll be heading out travelling again, living in my truck, visiting national parks, checking out grad schools, and of course geocaching. I finished the North last fall, and I'm going to be hitting the south central, and southern states now.
Anyway I'm posting this for a few reasons
1) My net access will obviously be cut way back (grad schools and public libraries) and I didn't want you guys to think I abandoned all of you. Plus I'll be updating this thread with my caching and travel adventures whenever I get a chance.
2) I'm also looking for recomended caches (or other cool things, I'll be hitting all National Parks, but something like Ma Gumps seafood shack with great cheap local creole food would be great) in the states I'll be hitting. I'll be travelling to and through AL, AZ, AR, CA, CO, FL, GA, KS, KY, LA, MD (drive through), MS, MO, NE, NV, NM, NC, OK, OR (southern to Crater Lake), SC, TX, UT, and WV (I be hitting all of them so if I forgot one it's there to). I'm planning on dropping down the east coast to Florida, then across the south to California, up the west coast to Oregon and then back across the southcentral states. So like I said any recomendations would be helpful. In addition, if anyone in those areas needs a caching partner for a day feel free to let me know.
3) Finally if anyone knows of places with FREE showers (unfortunately not all state parks have them.... 7 days without in MT uhhhh....) or CHEAP CHEAP food, or even a couch or floor (after living in a 3.5 X 6 foot truck cap I'm not to proud to beg ). It would be greatly appreciated. I'm doing this on a VERY tight budget, doing the north I only paid for campsites 3 times, a shower once, never got a hotel or fast food and I still ended up almost a grand in debt. So it would be a great help
Anyway that's about it, It'll be a few days before I leave yet (yes I know I STILL haven't made it out to NY and Navicache land, but I'll get there eventually) I'll keep you all updated.
Edited by mikechim on --
"...Not all those who wander are lost..."