In preparation for my geocaching fun scheduled with eagle243 tomorrow, I've spent the past hour or so working out a poem for the Geocaching Poem Travel Bug that I picked up last week. I want to place it in another cache for someone else to find soon. Here's the poem I settled on:
when I think about ammo-box loot
I prespire sweet sweat
GPSr coordinates reflect west south north east
I know I will emerge as victor
soon my hard urgent struggle must coax success
dirt trail grows harsh mosquitos bite
sacred stash sanctuary
I explode with quiet peace
OK, I'm sure it won't go down as the world's greatest poetry. But I think I did OK with the magnet words I was given. This is a real fun travel bug. I really want to make one of these kits myself and release it as a travel bug of my own.
Also, while I was playing with the magnets, I watched "Mary Shelly's Frankenstein" on Turner South. I really enjoyed it. Robert De Niro was awesome as The Creature. I've never read the book, but I think I might have to now. In the past, when I think "Frankenstein," I think Boris Karloff and silly horror hijinks. Not so with this movie. It really held my attention.