||[Feb. 8th, 2005|05:30 pm]
Thus starts the week of no internet. We've had some good friends move out who we were sharing internet with and they shutdown the internet. Due to changing circumstances we thought we were going to have internet, but turns out we didn't so I am going to get cable internet. It would be easy if I currently had TV cable, but I don't so they have to have a guy come out and install cable so I can get a cable modem. He won't be out until Monday, so thus begins the week on no internet. I'm currenty leaching off of somebody around here to read LJ, but its a pretty week connection.
In other news I didn't get to do much geocaching this past weekend due to a oddly behaving gps, but maybe this weekend.
There is talk of a superhero game this weekend so those of you playing communicate with me when you are available so we can plan some time. It should be fun.
Did you get your GPS straightened out?
I hope to geocache this weekend, but at the rate things are going...
I actually did get it fixed up. Just total reset the memory and restarted it from scratch and it seemed to work. Don't know why it messed all up...
2005-02-09 07:10 am (UTC)
I sympathize with the no internet thingie.
I'm moving this weekend, and I'm not at all sure when I'll get Random Numbers hooked up again, but probably not untill Fall, at the earliest. That kind of sucks, if you pardon my French.
And then, onto another matter. I've seen several references to geocaching in your LJ lately. I understand the general gist of it - there's these things, placed here, there, and everywhere, and you're supposed to find them. But how do you find them? Maps, GPS, clues?
2005-02-09 05:35 pm (UTC)
Re: I sympathize with the no internet thingie.
It's a activity where you use a gps find little hidden caches. You sign a log book and can swap items, but the real fun is just finding the things. Theres a whole webpage at www.geocaching.com where you can find caches and log your finds. That site will explain it better than I could.