Author: George Burgyan

Cruising at 35,000 feet

The circumstances of this current trip is so different from the last time I flew out to the Bay Area that it’s jarring. I pulled up the post from last time… I never posted that one; I probably never will. Why? I...

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16 pieces isn’t fun

On a flight to San Francisco with a stop in Houston we got a snack on the first leg. A choice of turkey breast or tuna fish sandwiches. Accompanying then was a small bag of Fritos, some mayo and a “fun size” bag of...

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We placed our first cache!

We did it: our first cache! View Larger Map I’m hoping some other folks will come out and see the forgotten part of Timberlake Park in Solon, OH. It’ll be cache GC2GEDC when it gets published. But I’ll let you...

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Slow night tonight

Had some friends over tonight. It made us clean the house. Good steak. Good food in general. Tired. I’m out of profound things to say at the moment. The steak, on the other hand, was quite profound. I offered to start up...

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The NRA – Why I joined

This is an interesting question for me. For most of my life I thought of the folks with the NRA stickers on their cars as gun nuts — with a heavy emphasis on “nuts.” The notion that everyone should be packing...

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Hypo clear memories

Cleaning the basement to clear some space for the reloading gear I ran into my darkroom gear. I realized that I had some old chemistry left over. The brew was way old, bottles denting in and long expired; I wouldn’t want...

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Park archeology – GPS edition

On Sunday I went to reconnoiter the site for the cache. It was a rainy afternoon so I dressed in a few layers — with a rain jacket on the outermost layer. Starting out at the trailhead was a piece of cake. Walking to the...

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