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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Regular Cache in a Brier Patch

All I can say is ouchie! Those thick brambles can really getcha. Back to those in a minute.

What a day we had today while out Geocaching. We started out fairly early which turned out to be about Eightish. Headed straight towards our first cache in the Southern Raleigh, NC area. Wouldn't you know it that just down the road was a North Carolina original and an addiction to me. Yup the Krispy Kreme donut store was within smelling distance and we had to stop by and get them fresh and oh so yummy.

After I came out of my sugar coated stupor we moved on to the rest of our planned Cache Raid and took on twenty seven geocaches. Unfortunately two of them were DNFs but thems the breaks. We had an absolute blast and yes even when we get scrapes from those nasty brier patches it some how does not hurt so much when you are staring at an ammo box.

All part of the fun and I couldn't think of a better person to go geocaching with than my daughter Miss GeoNess.


Erika Jean said...

Come Cache in AZ... then you can say "ouch" ;-)

P.J. said...

Sounds like an awesome day. I got stuck running around a snocross and having problems finding people! Argh! Anyway, 25 in a day is a nice day for sure. How many hours did you go at it?

A 'lil HooHaa

Unknown said...

Hey Erika,
Yeah some how I don't think me and cacti would get along very well.. Ilike my terrain on the green side. Thanks for the shout out.

Hey P.J.,
We took off around Eight and called it quits around Five. We had already broken our record of 21 caches and after all the "extra" walking we did on the greenways we were pretty tired. I am making it a personal goal of being able to do a five mile hike without sounding like a dog in 100 degree weather :) So hopefully now that the temps are stable in the 60s I should be able to get back to my more ideal weight and prowess...