Right about two months ago I had an email from Podcacher For those that are geocachers but live in a closet they are the biggest, and best podcast out there. There are a number of others, but this is one of the most enjoyable ones out there.
Like I mentioned I got an email, someone had pointed out a blog that I did some time ago, How to annoy your geocache reviewer. It was a tongue in cheek group of comments that I made about being a reviewer. What annoys me and what does not. They decided that it would be a great discussion topic and was wondering if I was willing to meet with them.
Of course I would. I have done a few other podcasts before. I have been on "The Geocaching Podcast" a few times and another that went away. However this is the podcast that I rarely miss. So I was happy to jump into it.
The podcast was enjoyable. Geowoodstock was coming up, and they were getting ready to go. There were some back and forth on emails, and then we connected via Skype and went throught the interview.
I have to say how professional they are. It was very enjoyable to spend the time talking to them. I actually spent about one third of the time discussing other things that was not related to the discussion. That was trimmed out.
It did take few days for it to appear. Like I said they were trying to ready for geowoodstock. Because of that and how long we talked they decided that it would make up most of the episode.
It was fun, and another check of my geocaching bucket list. One that I never thought i would actually do.
Hmmmm geocaching bucket list. Now there is a post that I may have to put together soon.