Geocaches Up for Adoption

11 02 2009

I currently have several caches up for adoption. I am not leaving the community, just don’t have enough time to maintain all my caches, and I wish to spend more time searching for caches, than maintaining.

You can choose one, two or more, heck, take them all if you want! If I don’t get any responses by the end of March, I will be disabling them.

Caches Up for Adoption, Email me here to adopt a cache, or directly from the cache pages below.

Riverbend Bench – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 2/7/2009
Tennis Anyone? – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 2/7/2009
McLean Park – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 2/7/2009
Pumphouse Row – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 2/7/2009
Atten-Hut! – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 1/30/2009
A.L.L.P.C. – LM – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 1/18/2009
Fire! Fire! – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 1/18/2009
Used Cassette Exchange – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 11/30/2008
You sell what? – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 11/9/2008
Caching Circle – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 10/19/2008
Pins in the Park 2 – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 10/1/2008
Thompson’s Reach – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 7/17/2008
Freefalling – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 7/9/2008
Riverbend Book Library – UP FOR ADOPTION Found: 6/4/2008


Geocaching by foot

9 02 2009

Saturday was a beautiful day for Geoccaching, so I loaded myself up and got on the road.

Decided to try and get as many as I could by foot.

Wasn’t easy, but I managed to find 5 out of 7 today, in 5 and 1/2 hours.


Check out my paths here

Geocacher Man

6 02 2009

Me as a Geocaching Super Hero

This is my Super Hero Self using this really cool online database at

Great Canadian Travel Bug Race Standings are Done

5 02 2009

Well I finally have finished the standings for our Travel Bug race, and I am already looking forward to the next one!

Check out the results under Racers or Standings & Winners

Welcome Home

4 02 2009

Thank you for stopping by.

Not much new yet, but check out my website…


25 Random Things About Me

3 02 2009

I received this from a friend of mine on Facebook, thought I’d share it here too!

1. My full name is Marc Marcel Joseph Bruyere.

2. I have lived in Montreal (Longueuil), Petawawa, Calgary (twice), Victoria, Vancouver, Richmond, Marpole, Queensborough, Surrey, Newton, and now New Westminster.

3. I love Lego!

4. My favorite writer is David Eddings.

5. I don’t make friends easily, uneasy around new people, stay mostly quiet.

6. Worked as a dishwasher, line cook, roller skating official, limousine washer, black jack dealer, roulette dealer, carribbean stud poker dealer, sic bo dealer, red dog dealer, pit boss, security officer, karaoke host, disc jockey, bar manager, bartender, shipper/receiver, web graphic designer, warehouse worker, forklift operator, general manager

7. I have quit smoking I can’t remember how many times.

8. Once shaved my head nearly bald.

9. Broke my left pinky finger in two places while playing Roller Hockey. Did not heal properly.

10. Still have my roller skates.

11. I have my own bowling ball, shoes, wrist guard and bag.

12. Love painting and assembling Miniature figure dioramas.

13. I wear a size 9-9.5 size shoe.

14. I love country music.

15. My father passed away when I was 13.

16. My first pet was a black lab named Pooper, cause he pooped everywhere.

17. I once owned a hamster named Lucky, cause he lived 2 years.

18. I love Geocaching.

19. My usual bedtime during the week is no later than 11pm.

20. I once wanted to open my own bar/club named the “Cave In”

21. I feel comfortable talking about things I love, I can ramble on and on some times.

22. I used to watch Wrestling every opportunity I got. Stopped watching when they went to WWE.

23. I wore some really hideous glasses while working at Great Canadian Casino. Strained a nerve in one of my eyes looking down the table as a Pit Boss, so I had to.

24. I used to play Magic, a collectible card game with friends from the casino. I miss those days.

25. I have never gotten into a fist fight, except for in grade 6, when the school bully punched my lights out.

What are yours?


3 02 2009

Why do people insist in asking me questions that I have already answered?
If you’re going to ask me a question, let me answer you and listen to what I have to say!

If you’re not going to listen, why bother me with the question in the first place?
Obviously the question isn’t that important if you’re not going to listen to the answer I give you!

It amazes me when I have to answer the same question, or have to explain a procedure over and over again, when everything has been said before.

If people could only slow down and take the time to listen to one another, it would give them so much more time to enjoy life, without having to go through the whole process again a la “GroundHog Day”