Pretty much. When I began caching, I hadn’t fleshed out everything and I thought photographic proof might come in handy. To that end, Gert and I took the digital camcorder with us on our very first hunt. I brought that camcorder with me on virtually every hunt for the next two years. I cached alone most of the time, so getting a photograph of me was more difficult. After a while I perfected it. It became known as the Fro shot.
I had never really thought much about it. For each cache I found, I usually posted two photographs. One was captioned cache and the other Fro. After a while, Floopy commented about my smiling face on all my logs. From that point on, I figured I was known as the guy in the orange cap with a smile. When I attended my first event I distinctly recall folks knowing who I was, even though I knew (almost) no one.
To this day, in my caching database, I include two photographs to accompany each log: one of the cache and one of me at the cache.
This was the first mention of the orange cap, I believe.
Also blogged on this date . . .
- Aviation - 2022
- Frankenstein Challenge - 2021
- The Boneyard Challenge - 2021
- Murphy is hiding - 2021
- In Memory Of - 2021
- Left for Dead - 2021
- Hope You Do Well - 2021
- Go Green at GCVMC - 2021
- Old Pittsgrove - 2021
- 832 bells ? - 2021
- Get your kicks on route 666 🔥 - 2021
- Where the sidewalk ends ☠️ - 2021
- Marlins vs. Phillies - 2016
- What If You Lead and No One Follows? - 2012
- Arrogance - 2012
- Salt Marshes and Tidal Flats - 2011
- A stroll along the Maurice River - 2011
- Cumberland County to Raise Property Taxes - 2010
- Adoption - 2009
- New Jersey Can't Afford It - 2008
- When Democrats Attack Democrats - 2008
- More FTF Problems - 2007
- BACARDI - 2007
- SCC Inefficiency - 2006
- Izzy's Casco Bay Cache - 2004
- director - 2004
- The Fort Williams Cache - 2004
- River in the Wood - 2004