Dedicated to a loved Spirit who has walked along in our lives

Christopher E. Douglass

August 25, 1979 - May 31, 2008
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Dragonfly

The whole scene had the feel of two strangers standing next to each other at a bus stop late at night. Both seem like descent guys so there is no need to be on guard or nervous.
I looked at him for at least a minute, marveling at the tiny details of his wings and body that I had never taken the time to notice on other dragonflies.


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Billy's Sunday
Night Sermon

By: Chris Douglass

I exited the highway in a small town in western New York - the town shall remain nameless to protect the innocent. Suffice it to say it was within ten miles of a Wal-Mart - and stopped at the first bar I found. The Pats were about to put a hurtin' on the Bills and I couldn't resist watching this amongst New Yorkers.

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"Walk far enough, life gets simple.
Life gets simple enough, things start to make sense."

Just around Crater Pond, a stone sits in remembrance.
Within 13 steps or so, near a large boulder lookout,
a blue topped box holds a token for you.


 

Small World Treks has taken their first step into the GeoCache crowd!

On August 25, 2009 we placed our first GeoCache on Tumbledown Mountain in Weld, Maine. Above are the GPS coordinates for you to get out and experience one of the best treks in Maine. Tumbledown offers 3+ trails to choose from, a pond near the top, lots of rock to run around on as well as great places to camp. At 3,579, the views are pretty nice too. There is plenty to do for both the young and experienced.


 


 

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Each smallest act of kindness reverberates across great distances and spans of time, affecting lives unknown to the one whose generous spirit was the source of this good echo, because kindness is passed on and grows each time it's passed, until a simple courtesy becomes an act of selfless courage years later and far away...

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