"When you go to hide a cache, think of the reason you are bringing people to that spot.
If the only reason is for the cache, then find a better spot."
.... Briansnat


Sunday, November 11, 2007

28 January 2007 #2500 Donkey Path

This cache capped a wild weekend of white knuckle trips through the snow with my little geomobile. The weekend started with an afternoon of caching with Jill in the Falls. I stayed to visit and left late only to find a lot of slippery roads between me and Pennsylvania. Saturday (the day I didn't need to drive the 3 ;-0) was this gorgeous, winter day. We spent the day at Chapman State Park and a really fun geomeet. Our friend Goat Haunt had traveled east to spend the weekend. We had a great time. Since we were really close to 2500, we decided to stop for a few caches on the way home to grab 2,500. By the time we got to Titusville and this cache it had started to snow. We found the cache, Rich snapped a picture, and I started a really scary drive home.

13 January 2007 #2400 Yakety Yak

This was a really amazing day. We started off by finding this cache for a milestone. Later on, we met our friend Leprechaun in Bradford to continue a fun, hectic day of caching in the freezing woods. The weather wasn't perfect but the company was.

30 December 2006 #2300 Just For Kicks in 2006 #6

I was using vacation days that as always seem to always wait for the last few days of the year. Ali and I hiked around the Jake's Rocks area for awhile before we headed for McKean County and a lot of unfound caches. Our friends kickin' and kachekat are really wonderful people and this was a fun cache to mark a milestone.