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Geocaching about town

  10/07/07 16:33, by jsignal, Categories: life on two wheels

Today I took a well-deserved study break for some bike riding and geocaching around the neighborhood. Click the image above to see some pictures I took on the Picasa map. I found three caches within a few miles of the seminary. I heard that it is 45 degrees back home in ND today. In Saint Louis, it is 91 degrees and humid! I'm running my air conditioner and they are running their furnaces.

On my geocaching bike ride, I passed by the famous "Ted Drewes Frozen Custard" stand just down the road from the seminary. It seems to me that when people come to Saint Louis, there are two things they want to see. Ok, well three. 1) The Cardinals playing baseball, 2) The Arch, and 3) Ted Drewes. I was tempted to stop for a snack, but I resisted and continued on my ride.

Speaking of Geocaching, I just realized that I never actually made my "Tour de Cache II" blog entry public so you could see it! CLICK HERE to check out those photos from back in July.


Comment from: Dawn [Visitor]  

91 degrees?! Wow, yeah, that is quite different from here in ND right now.

It’s good to hear that you got away from your work for a little bit to relax and geocache. The Hat Lady really gets around, doesn’t she? : )

10/08/07 @ 12:29
Comment from: Melanie [Visitor]  

If we ever come to visit you, we won’t be resisting!

10/08/07 @ 12:43
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