This Sunday I depart for the hot temperatures in Arizona where I plan to spend a month in cold A/C and 110+ degree temperatures. It’s not exactly a sabbatical; not exactly work, but something in between.
If you can tell by my old blog entries there have been significant gaps between posts. That’s due to the lack of time between wrangling kids under 3 and wrangling a small business. Fortunately, after 9 years, the business demands less of me, and frees time to take vacation days that have been sitting like rollover minutes for the characters of Lost. This gives me some time to mull over some topics and hopefully share a few of them with you.
As we’re slowly reaching the 10th year anniversary of Geocaching and Groundspeak, it’s a good time to step back and take a look at a project that has taken just shy of a quarter of my lifetime. It’s mind-boggling to know that we’ll have a million active caches in the world by 2010.
We’re also going to try and have a heck of a celebration next year. GeoWoodstock VIII will be in our own backyard, so we hope to coordinate our celebrations with all of the new visitors to the Emerald City.
Wish me luck in the heat of Arizona. It’s a dry heat, right?