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Bicycling is a big part of the future. It has to be. There's something wrong with a society that drives a car to workout in a gym. ~ Bill Nye the Science Guy

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Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy 4th of July 2014!

Where's Warren Today???

This Fourth of July, take a ride with me on the 
Murdock Canal Trail.

Along the Murdock Canal Trail there are nice little parks with parking, picnic areas and restrooms.  These parks also have sections of pipe on display similar to the pipes used to enclose the Murdock Canal.

 It is near the base and on the corner of these pipes that you may find what you are looking for buried beneath some gravel.  No orange container this time just a small baggie.

I stashed the baggies at three of these park/pipe locations along the trail.  Good luck and remember to send me a photo if you find the treasure.

1, 2, 3 or 3, 2, 1,  you decide

Finally, I made one extra stop and stashed some cash at the following location.  If you recognize it grab the cash.

The early (5:40am) and late night (11:04pm) birds get the worm.

 Thanks for playing Annie and Eliza.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Don't cry because it's over.  Smile because it happened.
~ Dr. Suess

Before we get to this weeks hike,  I need to take a minute to tell you I lost a great friend this week to cancer.  Patty Wanlass was truly one of my biggest fans.  She encouraged me in photography, education, business and life.  No person ever had a more appropriate nickname, Sunny Lady.  I will never again take a hike or watch a sunset without thinking of Patty's smile and her kindness. 


Todays hike is one of the most popular and beautiful hikes within 1/2 hour of Utah County.  I feel lucky that I was able to spend my first 10 minutes alone at this popular location in order to hide the stash of cash.
I really think my Uncle Stewart Durrant would have enjoyed this waterfall.
If you found your way to this waterfall based on the pictures and the clue, you need to cross the stream to the left side of the falls.  Hike towards the falls and near the base of the falls, the lush green on the side turns to a rock face.  Look in the cracks behind some small rocks for the orange container.  I placed an old green sock next to the hiding spot.  There is also a dead stick in the lush green pointing to the spot.

Good Luck!  Remember to send me a photo of you with the cash.

Cami strikes again.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

After returning from my recent world travels to exotic sites such as Venice, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, Parowan and Beaver, I thought "Y" not head out on a hike.

So off I went.  As I approached my hike objective I thought "Y" stop at the bottom, "Y" not hike to the top.

Once at the top, after catching my breath, I thought "Y" not hide some cash.

So I found a crack just below the upper left hand side of this massive icon and decided "Y" not hide the cash here under some small pebbles and twigs.

Have fun and if "U" find the cash, "Y" not take a selfie and send it to me so I can add it to the blog.

What a great day to hike to the "Y"and score some green.
Great job Daniel, Teresa, Tanya and Alex.

Friday, May 30, 2014

I Love Istanbul!

And of course Jodi also loves Istanbul

From the Blue Mosque

To the Spice Market and Grand Bazaar

Istanbul is Amazing.

And now for the fun stuff.  To earn some cash, be one of the first five people to find me in person and tell me the name of the Turkish bridge in the above photo as well as its significance and I will hand you $20 cash.  Sorry, no phone calls, texts, emails, tweets, face books, skypes or snail mails, you need to find me and tell me about the bridge face to face for the cash.
See you soon I will save you some Turkish Delight.

The Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul is the link between the European and Asian continents.  Great job Kath, Stacie, Halie, Pete and Eliza.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Big results require big ambition 
~ Heraclitus of Ephesus

Welcome to the ancient city of Ephesus, in the country of Turkey

Standing in front of The Library of Celsus

The Great Theater with seating for 25,000. 
(dibs on an aisle seat)

Let sleeping dogs lie ~
while I hide some money under his paw.

Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right.  
Ephesians 6:1
Good find Berrak Vilmaz of Ephesus

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Can you guess where I am now?

This is the Franjo Tudman Bridge in Dubrovnik Croatia.  It is one of the largest single pylon, cable-stayed bridges in the world.

Here I am walking within the walls of the Old City of Dubrovnik.

If you ride the cable car to the top of Srd Hill you get great view of the Old City of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic sea.  Of course just to the south of the cross you may find some cash.  Good luck.

Great job Dzevada Ljubanovic on finding the hidden Kunas.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Buongiorno Amicos!
Guess where I am.

Of course I am going to hide Euros somewhere for a lucky traveler to find.

 Good luck.
Hint: Isola Della Giudecca

Arrivederci from Venezia

Great job Hamilton Marcal de Lima.  Now you can purchase some delicious gelato.