Caching Name: Pandamandium
Real Name: Bill Frampton
1. How did you become involved in geocaching? My wife saw it in the newspaper and thought it would be something neat to try. I got into it, but it didn’t catch on with her.
2. How did you choose your caching name? I always liked Panda bears, I’m a man, and I wanted to be an element of caching Panda- Man- dium.
3. What type of cache do you prefer seeking – traditional, multi, and puzzle, virtual? I have always liked traditional and virtual the best, but I like all kinds of caches.
4. Which caches were the most challenging, either physically/mentally? The puzzle caches are the most challenging for me mentally. Physically, the long hilly hikes on a hot humid day are very challenging.
5. What are your current geocaching goals? Pretty much the same as they always have been to have fun and explore new places.
6. Where have you always wanted to go caching but haven’t?
I would like to do some in the Southwest and in Europe.
7. What is your most memorable caching experience?
I think some of my most memorable caching experience would have to be Geowoodstock XIII in Boonsboro It was a great time I got to hang out with friends, meet new ones, grab a lot of caches, and get \trade some neat path tags.
8. What do you like about geocaching? The fun of it, all the great people you meet, the ingenuity of the caches (and cachers), the wonderful place you get to discover, earning some neat geocoins, and let’s not forget the events, although I don’t get to as many of them as I’d like to.
9. Do you have some favorite caches in the area?
I like the ones in Glasgow Park and Iron Hill, The first one I found was in Glasgow Park Glaspark, G’daycutter a few crafty ones too. The FSC’s and CAM caches are all fun.
10. Do you have any other hobbies or interests?
I am a lapidary, make Jewelry, like to read Sci-Fi and enjoy time with my family.