After the terrific party last night, of course we had to check around Saginaw for some close and easy caches before heading home. We had 3 DNFs, but we also had some fun:
Found it 06/28/2010 You found [Traditional Cache] Rustic Log
We were on our way out of town when this one popped up. Nice hide in a nice little neighborhood park. TFTC
Found it 06/28/2010 You found [Traditional Cache] Be Prepared
We came down to Saginaw to help our brother celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary last night. It was a great party, we told them that the first fifty years are the toughest, after that the whole marriage thing starts to make sense. We've had 35 great years together, with 53 years in the bank, that's batting over .700.
No trip is complete with out a few caches and no trip to Saginaw would be complete with out a Windrose cache. We enjoyed the short walk and the container was found after a short hunt.
We recognize that different folks have different goals when geocaching and we respect those differences. One thing we will never understand is why some folks either are not able or can't be bothered to take care in closing the cache container. In this case, the zip lock was not closed and in addition was left protruding from the lock n lock. thus there was no seal. The contents were wet and soggy. We dried it out as best we could and removed the geo-junk. Traded a bottle of hand sanitizer for the TB. TFTC
Found it 06/28/2010 You found [Traditional Cache] Double Take
We are not great fans of urban micros, especially the ones that tend to be repetitious. This is a perfect example of how the light pole habit can be broken. Thanks for the fun!
Found it 06/28/2010 You found [Traditional Cache] By George I Think You've Got It
We know where George is but we are wondering about Walter Kolbkl, where's he? Both of our GPS's wanted us to pull over on the xway and climb the fence. We decided not to. Thanks for the fun.