How many of you out there are into this Twitter thing. I found this site online a while back and I’m hooked. It's kind of like you status board on Facebook where you type something to let others know how you’re doing, what you’re doing, or just what's going on. You sign up with an identity and then start posting. You’re limited to a certain amount of characters or letters so as to keep the posts short. You can follow other twitterer's and see what they are posting and they can follow you to read your posts. Oh ya I should get the terminology correct they are not know as posts but as "Tweet's" funny hey. I guess the best part about this site is that you can have it on your smart phones like the iPhone or Blackberry and when in a meeting or on the bus and your bored you can send a tweet or catch up on other twitterer's tweet's. Yikes say that 10 times fast. So if you’re interested check it out and follow me.
Well what a weekend indeed. First thing Saturday morning I attended a fishermans breakfast with about 30 of my fellow fly fishermen from church. We had a huge breakfast and they announced our yearly fly fishing weekend destination of Sheridan lake. This will be the third and final year for that area as we plan on fishing Roche lake for the 2010 trip. I am excited though as I have been trying to get my brother to come up with me and fish Higgins Lake for three years now and this time I believe he is coming. This little lake has consistently provided a 30+ fish day for us all for two years running. Kirk has never experienced that many fish in a day and I really want to provide that kind of experience for him. Directly after the fishermans breakfast I was off to a Geocaching 101 event where I had the opportunity to take out a brand new to geocaching couple and their daughter to a pair of close by geocaches. It was fun watching them experience finding the caches and showing them how to use thier GPS. Once back to the event room I had the pleasure of showing some of the attendees the iPhone geocaching application. My presentation was well received and I fielded quite alot of questions. I really enjoyed doing the presentation and teaching a couple new people all about my beloved hobby of Geocaching. Sunday we attended the Coquitlam Geocaching 101 event and had a chance to catch up with a few of our geocaching buddies from that area and I got to take out yet another newbie and show him the ropes. I think I am really starting to enjoy this teaching thing. Missed my calling perhaps? Who knows hey.
PS: Oh ya I also was lucky enough to get three FTF's (First to Finds) on three brand new just published Geocaches to top off a wonderful weekend.