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Cache Strapped in St. Lucia

Some while back, a good friend gave me a portable GPS unit. Now this gift, while deeply appreciated, has proven to be both simultaneously great fun, and a colossal time-waster for an easily distracted work-at-home type like myself (“Oh look, the elevation of my office is 23 feet higher than the mailbox.”). But on a recent trip to the island of St. Lucia I decided to take said GPS unit along, and go in search of one of the two geocaches on the island. What I found was much more than a Tupperware box filled with trinkets.

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What Happens in Vegas Stays in….New Mexico?

“Doc Holliday ran a saloon on Center Street where he shot and killed Mike Gordon just about the time that Jesse James and Billy the Kid were meeting across town.”

About an hour northeast of Santa Fe, this unassuming three-exit blip on the map holds the keys to some of the most exciting history of the American West.

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STORY ARCHIVES

ST. LUCIA - Cache Strapped in St. Lucia

LAS VEGAS, NM- What Happens in "Vegas" Stays in .. New Mexiico???

THE SPIRAL JETTY - The End of the Road

BERLIN - Terror and the Idiot

BARGAINING - What's It To You

MOROCCO - Raiders of the Lost

MOROCCO - On the Verge of Itself