[GeoStL] fall winter caching

  • From: pntball <gcpntball@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 04:33:46 -0700 (PDT)

well since i started caching on October 9th,2002 i have found 208 caches.I 
would say that the majority of the caches i have found were in the winter or 
cooler weather season. you don't have the problem with snakes,ticks, ivy, 
nettle, chiggers, weeds, mosquitoes, bees, humidity, polution in the sky, and 
all the other nasty things mother nature can throw at us. i would like to find 
a fall winter caching partner that is not afraid of the snow and wind.

   There is nothing like starting a day caching after a recent snow. you start 
towards the cache and hear the snow crunch under foot. you are the first signs 
of life after the blanket has fallen.as you near the cache spot you can see 
tuffs of snow falling from the trees.as you stare forward cache bound you 
notice something out of the ordinary.you step around the tree and find other 
footsteps coming from the other direction.hahahahahah Ma and Pa beat you to 
this one already and they found the short cut throught the woods.oh well 
another day in the cachers life of the first to find. the other benifit is you 
can track prints easier and identify what has been coming to the area of the 
cache.thanks pntball




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