Welcome to Atterberry.net! I’ve had a lot of hobbies, including building things, playing music, RC planes, recumbent bicycles, kayaking, camping, geocaching, video editing, programming and robotics. Head over to my Projects page and you might find something that interests you.
I’ve been into RC planes for many years, but I crash more often than I’d like. I recently bought an FT Aura 5 flight controller from FliteTest, and I got it working with my FlySky radio system. Here’s my writeup!
I recently finished my kayak trailer, just in time for a campout. I’ve included plans in case you’d like to build one like it. Take a look at the project page.
I have too many kayaks now to fit onto the original storage rack, so I made a new type. See my Kayak Stacker Storage Rack page.
Jeepster was kind enough to create a list of the 100 oldest active geocaches in the world. The following map is accurate as of March 4th, 2013.
Even though I’ve added some content, I haven’t actually “posted” to this site since 2011. In the past I created a static “page” for anything interesting I put here, then a simple “post” to draw attention to it. A “post” has a date associated, and is the basis for a “blog”, which this site really […]
One thing Geocaching.com doesn’t make easy is finding the location of archived caches. I grabbed my whole history of pocket query files (back to April 2004) and built a GPX file containing all archive caches I could get my hands on. The map below shows up to 50 miles from Peoria, but my data is […]
We recently bought a couple of recreational kayaks, and needed a way to store them. In order to safely and economically store them, I built some racks. Take a look at the project page for more details.
I haven’t posted anything in quite a while, but at least I’ve got something done. Mia’s bed is finished! For more information, see the project page.
Ok, this is something that very few of you will be interested in, but I wrote a web application to help in placing geocaches. Geocaches can’t be placed to close to one another, so this tool can help you find which spots are off-limits. Take a look if you’re interested.