Before you discount this as just another crazy idea that Ron guy in SoCal cooked up, please spend a few minutes at http://www.geocaching.com and see what this caching thing is all about. It is becoming huge her in SoCal, and by the looks of the website, everywhere else as well. In short, it has to do with hiding a bunch of stuff in a weatherproof container (an ammo box is common), taking the coordinates of the hiding spot using a GPS receiver, and entering the coordinates on the website so others can try to find it. If someone finds it, they sign a logbook, take something, and leave something else in its place. It sounds kind of dumb, but it is a lot of fun. What I am trying to get at is this: Sometimes it gets boring riding around the open desert without a destination. After awhile, its the same old trails and hills. What if someone were to place a logbook and a pencil in a small tupperware type of container and hide it under some rocks in a really cool spot way out in the middle of nowhere. The location could be entered either on geocaching.com or here on TT. This would give everyone a fun destination when out riding. The better the spot, the better the ride. Sign the logbook once your there, and see who has been there before you. I can think of a few good spots to share with you guys, some of them in real nasty terrain. Up on the top of an extremely technical hill climb, or maybe at a hot spring where many people (girls) frequent. Oh yeah, clothing is optional at the hot spring. Interesting places make for interesting rides. See new riding areas, learn how to navigate, meet new friends. Yep, its Friday, I'm at work and I'm bored silly. Thoughts?