RE: I always knew this geo-caching thing would pay off in the long run
Well, after many, many caches I finally struck it rich . . . I found $250 in a cache today.
Granted the $250 is in Iraq dinars . . . and granted it's the old Iraq dinars with Saddam on them . . . and granted I have no plans to go to Iraq to try to spend this money, but darn it . . . I've finally made it to the big time. Now all I have to do is find a cache with some fool's gold in it and then I'll be able to justify this whole geo-caching hobby to my wife (who tends to call it geo-trashing . . . she has a knack for turning words around . . . i.e. My "Chewin' the Cud" column is knicknamed "Pullin' the Pud" by her.)
Incidentally, and this is a serious question here, does anyone know what the old Iraqi dinars are equal to in terms of US dollars . . . or are they even worth anything now that there are new Iraqi dinars? Just curious.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."
"Death is only one of many ways to die."