Thursday, November 1, 2012
Well last nights Geocaching Podcast show was some scary good fun. We had a full crew with XpunkX, Darrylw4 and myself - Andy HeadHardHat Smith in full glory as we discussed Spooky Geocaching Experiences right there on Halloween night.
Starting off the show we had our usual recounts of geocaching for the week. It was interesting to me in how Hurricane Sandy effected not only my geocaching time this past week but also the guys up north. That was indeed a massive, monster of a storm and we all expressed our hopes and prayers that everyone got through it in the best way possible.
After jabbering about our week's geocaching adventures we sunk our teeth right into the subject at hand which included several different spooky geocaching hunts that our listeners were kind enough to tell us about. Nothing like geocaching in the moonlight at a cemetery and reaching down for the cache only to see several sets of eyes staring back to you... Scary! We also recalled different occasions in our past being into the woods and having animal encounters. Like Darrylw4 as a toddler trying to sit on an actual bear cub or myself in the UP of Michigan coming face to whiskers with a mountain lion.
Imagine the things you can encounter at night in a cemetery. Now that is ghoulish fun.
We continued our discussion of other haunted hides which took up the rest of the show. There is so much great discussion here you really should give a listen when the show goes live in the next day or so. Your favorite podcatcher application will be able to find us.
Oh and I almost forgot. Next weeks show is our November Cacher Coffee episode which means YOU fellow listeners can call in and discuss just about any geocaching based thing you want. It is always a great show when you are there and besides its always nice to hear other geocachers talking about our favorite pastime. So be sure and visit us in either the Talkshoe Chatroom or the Google+ hangout.
We record the Geocaching Podcast each and every Wednesday at 9:30pm ET. You can get all of our past shows and how to get on Talkshoe by visiting our website at www.geocachingpodcast.com.
See you there!
Posted by Andrew Smith at 9:56 AM