I live in Dallas, but travel a great deal for work. I enjoy hiking and camping, so when I've got the R&R time at home, I tend to either be looking for caches around my favorite hiking spots (e.g. Dinosaur Valley State Park
near Glen Rose, TX, and the Cedar Ridge Preserv
e just on the south side of Dallas), or exploring new spots. When I'm merely pit-stopping at home, I'll try to grab a few caches around town that I haven't yet found. As I flew home on Friday night, and flew out again on Sunday, this weekend only allowed a bit of PnG action while running a few domestic errands.
When I'm on the road for work, I find geocaching is a great "excuse" to get out of the hotel/customer site, get some fresh air, walk around, and see some other than cubicles and computer rooms. I don't usually travel with much to contribute to caches while travelling, so I'm either mostly a TN/LN logger, or concentrate on getting travel bugs where they need to go, or simply helping them rack up some miles. The Google Earth Geocaching layer is a wondeful tool for impromptu travelling hunts.
In non-Texas related news, I found this cache
last week while in the Raleigh/Durham area, and I have to say that the cache container (a giant, beach-ball size grape), was the most entertaining container I've yet seen.