The Return Of Buckeye Banzai


Posted by kat | Posted in Geocaching | Posted on 31-01-2012

Several years ago, when we first got into geocaching, we hid a cache called Buckeye Banzai.  We named it this for two reasons, one we live on Buckeye and two my husband liked Buckaroo Banzai when he was a kid.   We had fun coming up with items to put into it and we had fun caching as a family.  Because it was near our house, we figured that it would be a great way to meet cachers and keep an eye on it.   This was a great plan in some ways, and not such a great plan in other ways.  Yes! We meet lot’s of very nice cacher’s, and we did do a fairly good job at keeping the cache maintained, Or at least we did until we started having health issues and our kids were old enough to now get into the cache, but not old enough to know you needed to leave items to replace the items they took.    We decided to archive the cache, until such time we could take care of it again.    After being away from caching for a few years, we decided to start caching again and to replace the cache.   Unfortunately we waited too long to have it unarchived and so we are renaming it The Return Of Buckeye Banzai, and we hope that we can do better at keeping it maintained.

Back in the Geocaching Saddle


Posted by kat | Posted in Geocaching | Posted on 28-01-2012

Today, we went to the MGC breakfast event cache, it was our first cache in 6 years.  I had a baby shower to go to, so my husband took the kids, and found a few until I was done.  We then went and found a few more, and got some things to put out another cache with.  I found the perfect micro container at Tractor Supply and can’t wait to put it out.  GeoNana, went with us for a few of them, and it was such a nice day for caching.



Posted by kat | Posted in Geocaching | Posted on 21-01-2012

About 9 years ago we got into geocaching, then in 2005 just after having our third child, we were so busy that we stopped geocaching.  Recently a friend asked me to take her caching, so I guess I had better dust off the GPS, and find some of the easy caches to take her to.



Posted by kat | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 17-01-2012

In a past post, I had mentioned that my husband gave me a beehive for Christmas.  It needed to be assembled, sanded and painted.  Here are some pictures.

Part of the super pieces to the beehive.

More super pieces

One of the supers put together

Three Supers and a frame

Three supers and eight frames

All Eight frames
Frame and Foundation in the super

Feeder, three super and eight framesFrame and Foundation

Eight frames and the hive tool

Bottom board, feeder, all three supers and the migratory cover

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