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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Lunchtime Geocache of the Day: Love Them Bushes

Yeah I know what you are thinking but this is a family orientated blog.

Bush hunts are usually bug ridden, wasp infested, pointy leaved pains in the buttocks. Yet every once in a while you find a nice soft bush (shad-dup) where your efforts are not so bad. This geocaching find of the day was like that. No bugs, wasps nor pointy leaves, a real joy. Though the log was pretty wet (shad-dup, shad'n up) I managed to sign my name. In North Carolina where the Holly Bush runs wild. There are a lot of geocaches in these holiday festive plants. I highly recommend when geocaching to make sure you have a good pair of work gloves in your geocaching pouch for just such hunts. They have extremely sharp leaves.

For this find though, all in all a fun lunchtime treat.

Now for some lunch and to get my mind out of the gutter :)

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Anonymous said...

Who's Holly? :-)

Marc said...

Great post! Besides gloves, I'd like to add safety glasses. I know you wear glasses but for those that don't (I wear contacts), I highly recommend wearing safety glasses or sunglasses. In this kind of setting where there are thorns or sharp leaves, it is important. I make my kids wear them when in situations like this because those thorns are more likely right at their eye level. Something to think about.

HeadHardHat said...

Excellent suggestion.. I would recommend safety glasses anytime walking around (bushwacking) in the woods. In other words if you are not on a given trail. How easy it would be to get a low level branch/twig in the eye. Thanks!