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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

WHY NOT WEDNESDAY - Chef Mario Garcia and S.L.A.P.


By Bloodhounded: Hey guys it's Bloodhounded coming to you from rainy Chicago, Illinois where I am presenting at some meetings for my company but was able to squeeze in some time for fun and made an interesting new friend. 


OK, so I did it! I joined S.L.A.P.

I am on a business trip and staying a few mile west of Chicago. The area is named Oak Brook Terrace  and I'm staying at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook right next to the Drury Lane Theater and Convention Center. It is a real nice place and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
 

I was yapping with the GM and was able to tour the kitchen and meet Chef Mario Garcia, Executive Chef of the property. It was awesome!




He even offered me the opportunity to man the sauté station during dinner hours and I nearly accepted but I humbly declined.




I will tell you that the place was spotless! Great job Mario! This is a property that I will return to for sure.



Anyway, between meetings I had a few hours to kill and had all intensions of going down town and completing a story on Chicago’s Urban Caching Scene but the rain was not letting up and decided to do some quick grabs right around the hotel. I was expecting microcity but what I wasn't expecting was finding a fun and humorous series called S.L.A.P. 






This is the text from the four geocache  series called S.L.A.P.





Do you or does someone you know have a skirt lifting obsession?

We sure do! Everywhere we go, we constantly see lamp post skirts and wonder if they have caches hidden under them, or think they should have. Because we feel this way, and think others do too, we have founded S.L.A.P. (Skirt Lifters Anonymous Program).
We here at S.L.A.P. feel the best way to help with this problem is to place as many skirt lifting caches as we can to help satisfy our obsession. If you or someone you know is crazy about skirt lifting, a S.L.A.P. is just what the doctor ordered! Getting a S.L.A.P. is always free and it just takes a minute from your busy day.

Please contact us if you want to get a S.L.A.P. Chapter started in your town. Our motto is “There are skirt lifters everywhere that just need a good S.L.A.P.!”

I love geocache hiders with a good sense of humor. I was also reading through some of the logs and folks were having fun with the SLAP acronym. Here is one of my favorites.
"How do you stop a geocaching-obsessed 5 year old from whining about a mall visit? SLAP him. Thanks"
LOL, it was fun and only took a short time. Not my usual style but hey, variety is the spice of life! So, spice it up baby and cache crazy!



6 comments:

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

S.L.A.P.'s are good for those crappy days like we've been having this whole week - unrelenting rain - ugh! They give you a chance to get out of the house, or hotel. LOL. I like the SLAP's that have an unusual container, not just a film canister or a magnetic key holder, altho I am guilty of owning a few of those myself. Enjoy the rest of your trip to the Windy City area. Take the rain home with you, would ya??

smithie23 said...

We all need a good S.L.AP. every now and then!

BigAl said...

Okay, just SLAP me. These are really a good way to pick up some numbers when your out and you don't have a lot of time. So SLAP it up.

DctrSpott said...

Some of my friends still don't understand why I lift up random lamppost skirts "on a whim".

Still, if I told them I had a "Skirt Lifting" problem, they probably would think these things unrelated.

BLOODHOUNDED said...

I had a feeling that you need a good SLAP now and then DctrSpot. We all hope you're well man! We miss you:?(

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