Big cache

Here’s Loyal Reader Number Four finding perhaps the biggest geocache container we’ve ever gotten. Good job, LRN4! Part of my famous Camping series.

Wonders of Blogger today. First time I’ve had to do that in quite a while. I’m blaming the Apple TV.

Yes, it arrived yesterday. Very cool. It’s not perfect – can’t stream BYU TV yet, as far as I can tell, but I’ll bet that will come. I think individuals can contribute to that project – maybe I’ll do that. I got Boxee installed almost immediately and it works perfectly too. We can watch any of those gazillions of TV shows whenever we want! Yipee. I also set up Pandora on it, which works nicely. Lots of Appley goodness there.

The cheese factory tour was fun. We went to what turns out to be the biggest cheese factory in the world. There were eight of us – four yoots and four parents. They showed us how to make cheese by having us make our own. It was surprisingly easy. I’ve been paying way too much for cheese. Amusingly, they started out our tour by having an HR person show us the company’s recruiting video. Cue music: “Be . . . all that you can be, ’cause we need you . . . in the cheeeeese factory!”

Had some friends over for a small group dinner in the evening. Two couples came. We had a nice time, but were dreading going back to the church for the dessert portion. Last time, it was so noisy you couldn’t hear yourself think, which kind of put a damper on the whole thing. This time the noise was much better controlled, so we could at least hear each other. We played a game, ate, and went home, having enjoyed it.

Not much else to talk about. Day one of my ten-day vacation is at a close. Nine more to go. So far, so good.

Reminder for next week – blogging unlikely. Comment! See you a week from Monday.

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