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"In time, all caches will devolve and entropy will be achieved"
Mr. Tata Head's Adventures
Mr. Tata Head's Adventures
(Click on pictures to view full size)
Mr. Tata being extricated from his cold dark prison.
The first thing he wants to do is get some awesome chow at Arizona's
first In-N-Out Burger.
Mr. Tata posing in a scraggly tree near the Box Canyon Geocache.
Mr. Tata Making sure his new diggs are up to par.
Mr. Tata Original Instruction Card
Started on his journey by: GCB0B
Seems Mr. Tata was extricated from his most recent geocache and is on
SenorFrisk and Christy picked him up on
Where abouts are currently unknown, we have not received any updates.
Mr. Tata was MIA for 5 years. Having been shanghaied into a unknown fast food freezer
he has finally been released from his prison.
'The Man' has stripped him of his identity! He is now known by:
'I Yam What I Yam'
Travel Bug: TB15CPN
We all know Mr. Tata is a SPUD through and through and not a yam.
Fight the MAN!
(the adventure continues.... follow his current exploits by clicking his link above)
This is, I believe, the third time I've had the honor to announce a complete overhaul of this site.
You may have noticed for the last couple of months that the site has been broken. Previous to that the website itself was not updated very often..
We'll, we had a forced move from our old server hosting facility, and when it came time to move the website to it's new home, we decided that it was time for a fresh start... and you're looking at it. This new site should allow us to better serve the Arizona Geocaching community.
This is a work in progress, so there is still a lot of content missing from the site that will still be moved over. Unfortunately, as of right now, the stats are not planned to be one of the features that gets moved over. There is just too much work, and 10 times as many hoops involved to keep them anywhere near reasonably to date, and geocaching.com offers no support what so ever in making it easy for sites like ours to offer services that they aren't prepared to offer themselves based on the data that we collectively put in there.
We appreciate all the time and effort everyone puts in to geocaching in Arizona. We would quite literally not be able to cache in Arizona without the people that this site brought together, and we hope to help as much as we can in the future.
GPS DUMBING US DOWN?
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