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Mar 14, 2009

Stats Bar for Happy HumphreyListen to our interview with Happy Humphrey of Isle of Man. His screen name comes from a professional wrestler William J. Cobb. His motivation for Geocaching came from a walk on the Southern Upland Way in Southern Scotland. For that hike he picked up the Forerunner 201. Since then he's upgraded to the for his caching. He prefers to load the caches as POIs (Point Of Interest) rather than waypoints using a macro for GSAK (Geocaching Swiss Army Knife). He once flew to the Lake District in North West England just to be the first to find an elaborate multi-cache. Another notable multi-cache adventure took place in the Black Forest of Germany where he was not able to find the final cache. The closest that he came to a signature item was to produce the Isle of Man Geocoin. His favorite caching location was the Black Forest, but given the chance he would like to return to California. The favorite caches hides are "The Money Pit&quote (GCX21B) and the "Three Legs" series. The most memorable caching event was "The UK's First Mega Event" (GC17W59) where he ran into many of the Cachers he recognized from logs. For his viewing, he watchings the "Father Ted" series on television, and "Monty Python's Life of Brian." He's also a Genesis listener.

Cache-A-Maniacs Discovery Coin: TB23G4P
Show Sponsor: Geocaching Podcast
Content Rating: Clean
Date Recorded: February 28, 2009
Show Notes: DarrylW4