Thursday, March 20, 2014
I love reading about letterboxing in the news, and it's amazing to hear non-boxer's perspectives on the hidden world of letterboxing. For posterity, here's a lovely one with a great plot, great characters, and an excellent ending:
Schenectady City Hall mystery turns out to be a letterbox, by Kathleen Moore, The Daily Gazette.
It's officially spring, my peeps. I'm wondering how my boxes have fared this winter...
Friday, March 7, 2014
It has been quite the new year. I moved, and it has been non-stop busy since. I haven’t been able to slow down for even a second to catch my breath. Favourite part of new home: <30 minute work commute. Worst part of new home: already have to replace the brand new floors. Miss that? Let me repeat: I have. To replace. My brand. New. Floors. Gawd. I have no money for this. My car also just decided to rot and I just put a few grand into it.
Sigh. I’m whining. My apologies.
I’ve even been so busy, I haven’t been keeping up with the goings on at AQ... (Anyone care to give me a quick summary in the comments? Any drastic changes I should be aware of? Did Webfoot finally release some orange? Did the community come down on magnet-only boxes? Anyone finally oust Jiggs?)
Also, as everyone is aware, this winter sucks. Hard. I’m so over winter. I long for the trail. I have boxes to plant so I desperately need this snow to melt. I’m also back in Burlington, so I would really like to go revisit some of my old boxes (and cull, maybe)...
Anyways, sorry for this whiny post. I will be back. I’ve got projects in my head and places to see. Hopefully, we have a good letterboxing season ahead of us.
Happy melting trails!