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Feb
10

‘Excited’ Taylor looks to shine at first Penns

first_imgCalabar High School’s Christopher Taylor, who broke the 200m and 400m Class Two records at the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships, said he is looking forward to his first Penn Relays, while helping his school to again triumph over their main rivals – Kingston College (KC), Jamaica College (JC), and St Jago.Penn Relays will be held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, from April 28-30.”I feel very excited knowing that it’s my first Penns and I am going to go out there and do the very best for my school,” he said.”Well, I am confident and I am in pretty good form going into the Penn Relays, so we will see what happens there,” he continued in an interview following the FLOW Foundation’s presentation of $4,030,000 to 28 high school and tertiary institutions to offset costs associated with competing at the event at their head office on Half-Way Tree Road on Tuesday.RELAY CHAMPSLast year, Calabar High shone brightest on the final day of the relay carnival. They captured the 4×100 metre in record time and the 4×400 metres.With 16-year-old Taylor recently leading his Red Hills Road-based school to a sensational victory in the 4x400m in a time of 3:08.77 ahead of Kingston College, all eyes will, no doubt, be set on another battle between the long-time rivals.Taylor, the Class Two 400m record holder, received the baton about 20 metres ahead of the Class One record holder, KC’s Akeem Bloomfield, but saw the more experienced Bloomfield surge ahead coming into the straight.However, Taylor would not be denied, and despite the KC captain’s fast 44.5-split, the Calabar stand-out kept his composure and sprinted past the tiring Purples star with a 45.3-second split.”Well, we fear no one, but we have to look up to everyone also. So yes, I am confident. We are looking to retain the title,” Taylor told The Gleaner.last_img read more

Jan
14

DEA Destroys Marijuana worth L$2.7M in Nimba

first_imgThe Nimba County branch of the national Drug Enforcement Agency in observance of the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on June 26 destroyed a huge consignment of marijuana and other narcotic substances in Sanniquellie.The DEA put the street value of the drug to over L$ 2.7M and said the drugs included egg nuts prepared and mixed drugs, bonnie dust mixed with marijuana and other narcotic substances.The head of the DEA in Nimba branch Col. Julie Kanubah told the citizens and observers that the drugs were arrested from many different localities in the county.He added that some of the arrested drugs were mixed with liquor known as egg-nuts while some were prepared with bonnie dust.The occasion was witnessed by many Nimba stakeholders and the UNMIL partners, including City Mayor of Sanniquellie, Mary Gonlapa, the UNPOL, students and other well wishers. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Dec
29

Secret is out on salaries of public employees

first_imgFor a few months, things have seemed a little like the old clich? about the noise from a tree falling in the forest ever since the California Supreme Court ruled in late summer that salaries paid to all employees by cities, counties, local utility districts – in fact, all government agencies – are public information. If no one sees it, hears it or makes note of it, does it matter if it really happened?With the exception of some parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s as if nothing happened after the Contra Costa Times of Walnut Creek and the Los Angeles Times both won their legal efforts to get at public employee salaries.Within days of the rulings, Santa Clara County released information on the salaries of thousands of workers to the San Jose Mercury News, part of the same newspaper group as Contra Costa. The city of San Jose also released its data, as did San Mateo County and several other cities and agencies in the area. Salaries of many state employees have long been public, with the last several governors listing the pay for every person they’ve appointed in the press releases announcing the appointments.Even before the court ruling, the cooperative city/county of San Francisco turned over its salary data to the new, free San Francisco Daily, which published names of all local public employees making more than $100,000. This was significant because when that paper’s co-owner and editor, Dave Price, edited the free Palo Alto Daily News earlier in this decade, Palo Alto city officials – at the behest of public-employee unions – refused to disclose, and an appeals court upheld the city’s right to keep salaries private. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ Defeat for privacy rights The Contra Costa Times decision essentially reversed the earlier ruling in the Palo Alto case, when a Superior Court judge held that employee rights to privacy trumped the public’s right to know public salaries.In the Los Angeles Times case, the state Commission on Peace Officer’s Standards and Training had claimed pay records for officers are confidential, but the Supreme Court ordered a lower court to work out how that information can be released.Summing up both cases, state Chief Justice Ron George wrote in a landmark 30-page opinion that, “Openness in government is essential to the functioning of a democracy.” The only exception, the opinion said, is “where a (law enforcement) officer’s anonymity is essential to his or her safety.” In short, police officers operating under cover are suddenly the only public employees who can say their salaries and names are private matters.The information released so far to newspapers in the Bay Area starkly reveals why public-employee unions and organizations didn’t want it known. For it’s now obvious that public employees often earn significantly more than their private-industry counterparts, with more job security and often with better benefits.Imagine how future public-employee union bargaining everywhere in California could be influenced if this became widely known. In the city of Santa Clara, for instance, 37 percent of workers earn more than $100,000 per year. That, of course, includes police, firefighters and others who often put in many hours of overtime.But what about the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, a medium-sized bus company that carried about 39 million riders in 2006? Its general manager earned a total of $344,250 that year, more than the president of the United States, the governor of California or the mayor of Los Angeles. Pay is more than `competitive’ The reason given for such sky-high public employee pay is that it’s needed for competitive reasons, to retain capable people. But that bus manager’s salary is more than double the amount earned yearly by the southwest regional vice president of a large school bus company operating in many cities and carrying far more riders in hundreds more buses. That executive’s identity is in fact private because he’s not a public employee.Examples like this make many wonder whether such astronomical salaries and the sky-high pensions that often accompany them are really necessary to attract good employees. Maybe they are in medicine, where a Santa Clara Valley Medical Center anesthesiologist proved to be his county’s top-paid employee for 2006 at $493,291.The bottom line is that information like this will prove interesting to voters and taxpayers everywhere it is released. But cities and counties won’t release it willingly when they are pressured by their labor union bargaining partners to keep it confidential as long as possible.Both the League of California Cities and the state’s Association of Counties say they know of no cities or counties outside the Bay Area that have released complete salary information. The likelihood is that none will unless or until it must.That leaves it up to newspapers, radio and television stations to pursue the information to which they and their audiences are now entitled.Tom Elias is author of “The Burzynski Breakthrough: The Most Promising Cancer Treatment and the Government’s Campaign to Squelch It,” now available in an updated third edition (e-mail: tdelias@aol.com).160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
Dec
25

NAOMH CONAILL’S 5K – PICTURES, REPORT AND FULL RESULTS

first_imgNaomh Conaill held their inaugural 5k Road Race Fun Run/Walk last evening and proved to be a very successful and enjoyable evening.Over 200 runners and walkers participated, and helped with a beautiful evening, enjoyed the route set around the town of Glenties. Local G.A.A. star Eoin Waide was first home in the Mens section in a time of 17.49 and Rosses A.C. athlete Tracey Boyle was first in the Ladies section posting a time of 22.16.Local all-rounder Amy Boyle-Carr was first home in the under 16 girls and David Keeney was first in the boys section.A big thank you goes out to all who helped in any way to making the evening a success, especially to the local Gardai, marshalls, and the ladies who did a terrific job with the refreshments after the race.Also, special thanks to Gareth Britton and the Highlands Hotel who sponsored prizes. Results are listed below and more pictures!Naomh Conaill 5k Results 28th August 2012Place Number Name Time Category Club1 345 Owen Wade 17:49:00 SMale Individual2 362 Johnny McLoone 18:06:00 SMale Individual3 198 Liam Doherty 18:10:00 SMale Cranford A C 4 354 Micheal McLoone 18:21:00 SMale Individual5 185 Declan McBride 18:28:00 SMale Individual6 336 Pauric Breslin 18:43:00 SMale Individual7 124 Martin Gormley 18:48:00 SMale Individual 8 157 Micheal Penrose 18:57:00 SMale Finn Valley A C9 142 Joe Brennan 19:12:00 SMale Finn Valley A C10 217 Jamie McHugh 19:14:00 SMale Individual11 160 Mark Gallagher 19:17:00 SMale Individual12 205 David mcKelvey 19:18:00 SMale Individual13 100 Eoin Boyle 19:33:00 SMale Individual14 242 David Keeney 19:44:00 J u-16 M Individual15 358 Patrick Gill 19:51:00 SMale Individual16 168 Ethan ODonnell 19:53:00 J u-16 M Individual17 335 Darragh Gallagher 19:57:00 SMale Individual18 327 Patrick Cannaon 19:58:00 SMale Individual19 189 Micheal Penrose Jr 19:59:00 SMale Finn Valley A C20 325 Micheal Brennan 20:00:00 SMale Individual21 131 Ciaran McHugh 20:01:00 SMale Individual22 130 Damian Diver 20:07:00 SMale Individual23 106 Johnny Ward 20:09:00 SMale Tír Chonaill A C24 188 Donal Haughey 20:14:00 SMale Tír Chonaill A C25 330 Paddy Molloy 20:35:00 SMale Individual26 101 Micheal Regan 20:42:00 SMale Individual27 363 Aaron Thompson 20:52:00 SMale Individual28 230 Brendan MCDyre 20:53:00 SMale Individual29 239 Brian Quinn 20:54:00 SMale Individual30 134 Adrian MCGeehan 20:57:00 SMale Individual31 237 Micheal maguire 20:57:01 SMale Individual32 231 Martin Regan 21:04:00 SMale Individual33 207 Ciaran Quinn 21:05:00 SMale Individual34 232 Seamus Corcoran 21:10:00 SMale Individual35 210 Kevin McGettigan 21:13:00 SMale Individual36 202 Stephen Moore 21:25:00 SMale Individual37 209 Ciaran Thompson 21:26:00 SMale Individual38 170 Phillip Buchann 21:33:00 SMale Individual39 201 Dermot McGinley 21:37:00 SMale Individual40 182 Mark McNeilis 21:43:00 J u-16 M Individual41 148 Ryan Craig 21:53:00 J u-16 M Individual42 200 James Boyle 22:06:00 SMale Individual43 204 Brian McDevitt 22:11:00 SMale Individual44 215 Tracey Boyle 22:16:00 Sfemale Rosses A.C.45 326 Euanne Breslin 22:17:00 Sfemale Individual46 214 Hughie Gallagher 22:18:00 SMale Individual47 218 James Doherty 22:20:00 SMale Individual48 222 Martin Doherty 22:25:00 SMale Individual49 368 Sean Gallagher 22:26:00 SMale Individual50 199 Arron Gallagher 22:33:00 SMale Individual51 250 A.J. Gallagher 22:45:00 SMale Individual52 422 John O’Donnell 23:23:00 SMale Individual53 114 Bronagh Heffernan 23:27:00 Sfemale Individual54 125 Denis McGill 23:43:00 SMale Individual55 186 Sean McBride 23:50:00 SMale Individual56 234 Angela Trimble 24:08:00 Sfemale Individual57 219 Gerard Doherty 24:22:00 SMale Individual58 176 Amy Boyle-Carr 24:28:00 J u-16 F Individual59 152 Imelda Gallagher 24:29:00 Sfemale Individual60 153 Mary Gallagher 24:30:00 Sfemale Individual61 331 Nicola Maguire 24:36:00 Sfemale Individual62 133 Brian Sweeney 24:47:00 SMale Individual63 141 Catriona Boyle 25:19:00 Sfemale Individual64 240 Aisling Boyle 25:22:00 Sfemale Individual65 147 Ryan Connaghton 25:32:00 SMale Individual66 206 Conal McGeehan 25:36:00 SMale Individual67 174 Joe Shanky Smith 25:40:00 J u-16 M Individual68 197 Brenda MCElhinney 25:44:00 Sfemale Individual69 159 Leah McHugh 25:44:01 Sfemale Individual70 246 Stephen Griffin 26:01:00 J u-16 M Individual71 339 Stacey Blake 26:02:00 Sfemale Individual72 126 Brian McLoone 26:24:00 SMale Individual73 123 Grace Garvey 26:43:00 Sfemale Individual74 226 Heather Oliver 26:47:00 Sfemale Individual75 137 Denise Casey 27:05:00 Sfemale Individual76 136 Olivia Shattock 27:06:00 Sfemale Individual77 211 Noreen Molloy 27:09:00 Sfemale Individual78 105 Donna McTaggart 27:13:00 Sfemale Individual79 132 Ronan Odonnell 27:40:00 SMale Individual80 349 AnneMarie Gibbons 27:50:00 Sfemale Individual81 212 Amanda Gallagher 28:09:00 Sfemale Individual82 245 James Griffin 28:10:00 SMale Individual83 149 David Gildea 28:13:00 J u-16 M Individual84 253 Patricia Campbell 28:20:00 Sfemale Individual85 129 Phil McGeehan 28:21:00 SMale Individual86 169 Lorna ODonnell 28:33:00 Sfemale Individual87 224 Bernie Molloy 28:56:00 Sfemale Individual88 236 Anthony Carr 29:05:00 SMale Individual89 116 Linda Kennedy 29:13:00 Sfemale Individual90 220 Danny Gallagher 29:23:00 SMale Individual91 233 Paul McGuinness 29:24:00 J u-16 M Individual92 140 Bernadine Boyle 29:37:00 Sfemale Individual93 337 Arlene Gallagher 29:41:00 Sfemale Individual94 221 Ciaran Gallagher 29:45:00 SMale Individual95 347 Logan Quinn 29:46:00 J u-16 M Individual96 115 Margaret Doherty 30:35:00 Sfemale Individual97 175 Daniellle McDevitt 31:08:00 J u-16 F Individual98 353 Eoghan Quinn 31:09:00 J u-16 M Individual99 328 Stephanie Brennan 31:52:00 Sfemale Individual100 120 Hannagh Gibbons 33:36:00 J u-16 F IndividualNAOMH CONAILL’S 5K – PICTURES, REPORT AND FULL RESULTS was last modified: August 29th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Naomh Conaill 5Klast_img read more

Dec
24

DRIVE BAN FOR PENSIONER WHO TRIED TO DRIVE CAR THROUGH FRONT OF PUB

first_imgA MAN who was drunk when he tried to ram his car through the front of a pub has been banned from driving for four years.Michael Carr, from Glenkeeragh, Newmills, admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath to gardai five days before Christmas last year.Inspector Michael Harrison said 66-year-old Carr drove his vehicle at the front of Larkin’s bar in Newmills. The crash caused only slight damage to a step outside.Inspector Harrison said Carr was abusive to gardai all the way to Letterkenny garda station.Once there he was asked to give a specimen of breath but told gardai: “You can stick your machine up your hole.”Carr, said the inspector, then refused to give any other samples, telling gardai: “You’ll get a blood or urine sample over my dead body.”Judge Paul Kelly said the behaviour on the night was ‘appalling’.He fined Carr €300 and banned him from driving for four years.DRIVE BAN FOR PENSIONER WHO TRIED TO DRIVE CAR THROUGH FRONT OF PUB was last modified: May 22nd, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtlarkin’s barletterkennyNEWMILLSlast_img read more

Dec
22

Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Sunday, October 22.Pat SHOVELINThe death has occurred of Pat Shovelin, Kelly’s Meadow, Donnyloop, Castlefin and late of Ballykilduff, Portnoo. Peacefully at his home in the loving care of his family. Sadly missed by his devoted wife Chrissie and wee boys Ethan and Tom. Deeply regretted by his mother Margaret, sister Susie, brothers Michael and Gavin, parents-in-law Martin and Margaret Sproule, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, colleagues at Letterkenny University Hospital, the GAA Community in Donegal and his wide circle of friends.His remains will repose at his home in Donnyloop from 11am to 9pm on Sunday and Monday 22nd and 23rd October. Funeral from there on Tuesday for 11am Mass at St Columba’s Church, Donnyloop with burial afterwards in St Conal’s graveyard, Kilclooney, Portnoo.Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Oncology Services, Letterkenny University Hospital or the Irish Cancer Society c/o James McGuinness & Sons, Funeral Director, Glenties.Family Time please from 9pm to 11am and on the morning of the funeral. Patrick WHITEThe death has occurred of Patrick White, Dunmuckrim, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. Peacefully, at Sligo University Hospital.Further funeral arrangements to be announced later.All enquiries can be made to Patrick McKenna Funeral Directors, Ballyshannon, on 087 2485819.Sean Anthony SIEYESThe death has occurred of Sean Anthony Sieyes, Doochary, Donegal, at The Donegal Hospice. Removal this evening from McGlynn’s Funeral Home, Sunday 22nd October at 6.30pm to St Conal’s Church, Doochary for 7pm.Funeral Mass on Monday 23rd October at 11am, followed by burial in the New Cemetery, Lettermacaward.Maggie DOHERTY (née Duggan)The death has occurred of Maggie Doherty (née Duggan), Donegal. Reposing at her late residence since yesterday evening. Funeral Mass on Monday, 23rd October, in St Colmcille’s Church, Glendowan, at 11am, followed by burial in Gartan Cemetery. Family time from 11pm until 10am and house private on Monday morning, please.Gracie MC GARVEYThe death has taken place in Letterkenny University Hospital of Gracie Mc Garvey, Keeldrum, Gortahork. Deeply regretted by her loving husband Barney, and son Gerard along with a wide circle of family and friends.Removal from the Chapel of Rest, Letterkenny on Monday at 3.00pm going to her late residence. Rosary on Monday night at 10.00pm. Family time after the Rosary until 10.00am Tuesday morning. Removal from her home on Tuesday evening to Christ the King Church, Gortahork for 7.00pm Mass. Requiem Mass on Wednesday 25th October at 11.00am with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family Flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Falcarragh Community Hospital c/o any family member or Mc Clafferty Funeral Directors Gortahork.Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: October 22nd, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

Dec
21

Transfer gossip: Wszolek now linked with Southampton

first_imgItalian transfer-gossip website TuttomercatoWeb, which recently claimed Chelsea were interested in Pawel Wszolek, now claim Southampton are looking to sign him from QPR in the summer.Chelsea were linked with the Polish winger on deadline day – as Rangers were in fact preparing to announce they had signed him on a permanent deal from Hellas Verona.Now it is not only claimed that Southampton are interested, but that the Saints have already opened talks with a view to signing him at the end of the season.Embed from Getty ImagesWszolek has impressed since arriving on loan last summer and has agreed a two-and-a-half-year contract at Loftus Road.His representatives in Italy have been touting him for a potential move to the Premier League, and Chelsea and Southampton have duly been linked.   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Dec
19

Geologists Warming Up to Catastrophic Floods

first_imgMegafloods larger than anything seen today are better concepts for explaining certain features on Earth and Mars.Space.com and Live Science reported that megaflood theory is helping explain a large canyon in solid basalt in Idaho.  Niagara Falls is a classic amphitheater-shaped canyon retreating upriver under the onslaught of water.  The amphitheater-shaped heads of Malad Gorge in Idaho suggest very rapid, catastrophic cutting through the rock by “truly extraordinary” floods.  Caltech researchers publishing in PNAS believe the flood that formed Woody Cove and Stubby Canyon simultaneously, with walls 165 feet high, was huge:  at least 30 feet deep, flowing at 330,000 gallons per second.  (A V-shaped canyon in the system, they believe, took tens of thousands of years to form.)  What they are learning can inform interpretations of other structures not only on Earth:These insights into ancient megafloods on Earth could, in turn, tells scientists what may have occurred on the surface of Mars millions of years ago.Mars also has amphitheater-shaped canyons in abundance (for a reverse view of how a Mars flood may help explain Earth features, see 6/28/13).  Andrew Lamb of Caltech cautions that other agents than megafloods of water could have formed them, but feels the openness to catastrophic explanations makes this an exciting time to be a geologist.  “As geologists, we are always seeking new insight to read this record to better understand our planet and its potential for change.”Undersea Grand:  Speaking of large canyons, there’s one that rivals the Grand Canyon, but it’s underwater.  Off the coast of Morocco, Agadir Canyon is half a kilometer deep, up to 20 miles wide and 280 miles long.  It has just been mapped by a German vessel, Live Science reported, after a five-week mission.  Live Science also posted a 6-image gallery including the map and pictures of some of the life forms found down there.  “There are a lot of interesting features that no one has ever gone and looked at,” the article said; but it misstated current rapid origin theories for the Grand Canyon, saying, “Long flows of sediment carved out the canyon over millions of years, much like a river carves out a canyon, including the Grand Canyon, on land.”  There’s no reason, though, that sediment flows could not also be massive and rapid like megafloods.Andrew Lamb’s insight may not go far enough, but it’s a start.  We remind readers that it is odd to look for megafloods on Mars, a cold and dry world, while discounting the work of megafloods on Earth that has water covering 70% of its surface.  Remember that J Harlan Bretz’s megaflood theory for the Channeled Scablands of Washington was ridiculed for decades before it became the accepted paradigm (4/30/09).  It’s not the amount of time, but the volume of water, that can make a profound difference. (Visited 24 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Dec
17

Maniac cache: ‘QR Challenge’ — Geocache of the Week

first_imgLocation: NetherlandsN 51° 57.171′ E 006° 08.580′ Difficulty:4.5Terrain:1.5 First things first. This is a 4.5 difficulty Multi-Cache that takes roughly 45 minutes to complete. Before going out to find this cache make sure you have the following: Smartphone with a cellular data plan QR-reader app Creative open mind and insight Pen or pencil to write the log There are many QR codes on location that  take you to different birdhouses with padlocks and other puzzles to solve. Critical thought and logic are required for solving each stage. The cache owner warns that each stage is easy to find, but challenging to open. Think of it as an escape room in someone’s front yard with many tasks for you to solve before you find your way out. “I try to hide every cache in a different way and vary the size of the containers. My best maniac  cache is hidden in my front yard. Because my entire front yard is part of the experience, it is therefore a Multi and not Traditional. Several birdhouses, more than ten padlocks of which one is an RFID lock, challenging (fun) puzzles, different hiding techniques, and our hospitality makes it one of my most popular maniac caches.”If you’re on location and can’t seem to figure it out, IronManiacGLD invites you to ring the doorbell if he’s home and he’s happy to help. Of the geocachers that made it through this maniac cache, 91% of them awarded a Favorite point. “What a great cache. From one lock to the other. From one code to another. Step-by-step. But good than the resident was at home. We needed his help a few times. As icing on the cake we also got a nice cup of coffee from him. A big favo deserves. Next week we will come back for more caches of this series. Thank you Mr. Maniac.” – Jhonny-WalkerInterested in seeing more from IronManiacGLD? His cache creations don’t stop here. He is known for is creative approach and secret agent-esque caches hides that trigger your critical thinking skills and imagination. We interviewed him to learn more about where these ideas come from and what drives him to continue being a geocaching maniac in Loil, Netherlands. Look for the article tomorrow!Share with your Friends:More “ATTENTION! Front yard cache!” is the first thing you see when checking the listing ofManiac cache: ‘QR Challenge’ in Loil, Netherlands. But this is no ordinary yard. Cache owner IronManiacGLD has turned his front yard into an eclectic geocaching paradise full of birdhouses, tubes, padlocks, pulleys, and puzzle boxes. To initiate the Multi-Cache, locate and scan the first QR code. A message appears, “Welcome to Maniac cache: ‘QR Challenge’ (front yard cache) in Loil. This is a really nice search for young and old geocachers to think through and complete! Do you accept the challenge?”If you accept the challenge, keep reading about this Geocache of the Week! center_img Multi-CacheGC7A2EF by IronManiacGLD SharePrint RelatedPadlocks, RFID chips, and secret briefcases: an interview with a geocaching maniacMarch 12, 2019In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”Vergissmeinnicht – Geocache of the WeekJuly 11, 2018In “Community”The Director’s Travel Bug Hotel (GC3MFAD) — Geocache of the WeekOctober 15, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”last_img read more

Dec
2

Indian Onion Faces Foreign Onslaught

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