Last week, I talked to a good geocaching friend, M 5, and we decided we needed to get some caches along Riverside. I found seven, I don’t know how many he found, some he had already found. I found one while waiting for him, River Parks Trail East: Dam View. The first one we went for was a 1.5/5 cache. Yes, a terrain 5 cache. It was up in a tree, so I had to climb up to get it. Getting up there wasn’t to bad, getting down was the hard part. I wish I had pictures while I was up there. I won’t tell what the name of this cache is, just in case someone actually reads this. I don’t want to give it away.
The rest were usual cache hides, with different size containers. As I said in my last post, Extreme Mom has done an excellent job in hiding these. I can’t wait until she gets more out, even though there are others I still need to find. Most of our finds were after dark. It’s fun geocaching after dark when your with other people. There was a spot that had black widows in the holes we looked in. It’s a good thing the cache wasn’t hidden in them.
It was a perfect night to get out and ride a bike and find some caches.
I finished August on my caching calendar. I’m really proud of myself for finding geocaches on the days I needed to. There are still days when I don’t feel like finding any. Here’s my calendar as of today, August 28, 2012. Other pictures I took are below it.
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