Well, now that I have a gps, I have found over 100 geocaches, and my other kicks are rolling along nicely, it’s time to pick up one more. Biking. I’ve had a bike for a while, actually bought it back in college. It’s not a great bike (Walmart Special actually), but it does the job. Just needs a new chain, brake pads and a bath, but other than that it’s just fine. So, after going to Callaway Gardens the other day with some friends, me and Hilary decided that riding bikes would be a great way to have fun, and get in our exercise we need to lose weight. By the way, losing weight is not a kick, it’s a necessity! Ok, so back to the bikes. We rented bikes at Callaway, and they weren’t really that great, plus they were expensive, and you have to have them back by a certain time. I came to the conclusion that it would just be better for us to have out own bikes. I would just fix mine up, and we could get her one for her birthday. Now we just need a good place to ride that’s close enough to do it often.
A second thing that I found out I enjoyed probably a few months ago, but haven’t written too much about yet is a Kick that might actually be healthy for my wallet. I started trying to make custom cameoed geocache containers, and I have a really neat one I still need to hide, but I had also thought of making these to sell. I have seen people selling things like this on ebay, and some containers seem to sell pretty well. I want to come up with new and original ideas though, and if it’s really good, I figured I may even sell a few. So, if you live around my area, and like to geocache, then maybe you’ll get to see one sometime soon (if I can get them hid), and if you have an idea for a container, but don’t know how you would make it, let me know. I’ll do my best to make one, and since you gave me the idea, I’ll even send you one to use! How does that sound? Anyway, I guess that’s enough Kick talk for now.