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. ⛺πŸ‘’πŸŽ» 

🎬 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 πŸ”” to get notifications for all new videos that I produce. I always appreciate a πŸ‘πŸ» 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.