What I would be doing if I was there.
The site that gives me all my geocaches:
Geocaching - The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site
I found this while looking at Alaska caches
"The most exciting way to learn about the Earth and its processes is to get into the outdoors and experience it first-hand. Visiting an Earthcache is a great outdoor activity the whole family can enjoy."
This is my new favorite thing to do, for all the reasons the reporter states in the video at Youtube. She gets some of the words wrong, but I thought it was informative. One specifically, Cache in, Trash Out, CITO is the cleaning up the area acronym. And to include the Texas contingent, GeoWoodstock4 was in Dallas, a couple weeks ago. The link to geowoodstocking4.com has expired, so don't click on it.
And there's a podcast, which is fantastic! and vidcast on geocaching. :)
This is the last update! ;) I had to find Joe's house in Google earth, and there's (a, no 2, no 3, wait! there's a 4th two blocks east from the third!) 3 caches in the woods, in the park, just down the street, if you're there, you know which park I mean ;) Oh man! I'm so jealous! There's 30+ caches within 3 miles, as the satellite measures, of Joe's house!
Have a great Geek Meet!!
(P.S. I'm having trouble connecting to blogger, hope this only posts once.)