About Me

More about me can be found on my Bio Link. Video playlists, Social Media, Harvest Hosts discount and more. 

As you can probably tell, I love to travel, especially when camping is involved. I love dancing to good old honky tonk music and I combine these activities as much as possible. ⛺👢🎻 

🎬 Be sure to check out my YouTube channel for a mix of Tech Tips for when you're in the office and Campground Reviews for when you need to escape it. Please subscribe and hit the 🔔 to get notifications for all new videos that I produce. I always appreciate a 👍🏻 on the videos and welcome comments from viewers. 

I am an Aggie, class of '92, and have been an Administrative Assistant at the City of Bryan since 1995 and am currently in the Information Technology department where I have presented numerous training sessions for City staff. I am a Microsoft Certified Trainer and I teach mostly the Microsoft Office Products. I have done training sessions for several area organizations.
I am the mom of a young man who is out on his own making me an empty-nester. I had a Rat Terrier named Dixie for 15 years and she was a great companion. I miss her a lot! But I did rescue an Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler from the shelter in February 2022. The though she was around 2 years old. She has turned out to be a great travel companion. 

🌻 I enjoy working in my yard and watching the birds and wildlife that it brings in, but that is a whole other page. I am very partial to the hummingbirds that come through the yard on their migrations.

I love participating in location-based games. It's like a scavenger hunt for kids and adults of all ages. Hiding is as much fun as finding for me.  I started geocaching in March 2010 and I have really enjoyed it. I'm constantly surprised by the number of parks and trails that I never knew existed around my area. I've been to places that I would have never seen if not for these scavenger hunts and I've made some really cool new friends. I started finding, carving and placing letterboxes in 2012. I love the creativity of the stamps and homemade logbooks and no GPS is required. You can print your clues and go low-tech from there (even though I'm a high-tech person most of the time). Batteries never die on a piece of paper. You can even go "postal" and get boxes delivered to your mailbox.

I dabble in all of the sites listed below, but I spend a majority of my time on Munzee. Capture (scan) physical QR codes or virtual locations. Deploy them. Get points when someone captures yours. Level up. Get 9 friends and tackle 5 levels of challenges each month for added fun. It's a world-wide game, but the headquarters are in McKinney, TX. Look for me as NativTxn on all of them.

If you hide it, they will come...

My Stats

I have a Thumbs Up Virtual Garden of Munzees in College Station, TX.  Mystery Virtuals are preferred, but I'll accept regular virtuals as well. Colors are optional.  I have a Thank You Social for anyone that places a Munzee in the spreadsheet.

Ask me about my In-Person Socials that I will share with you.