I walked UP Cardeno Drive, in the Mt. Soledad area, this morning, to find a series of geocaches. I found a goodly number of them, and some others, but I didn't notice that the series continues back DOWN the Mt. on La Jolla Scenic Drive, so I missed all those! Here is a view from Cardeno Drive, looking east.
While DNFing a cache I saw these big red things. After much thought and investigation I have decided it may be a manzanita plant of some kind.
After finishing up with Cardeno Drive I was inspired to try a cache I had noticed that would take the place of that stupid palm tree one on Crown Point I can't find for the 360 degree challenge. This one was on Santa Clara Point, if you know where that is. I didn't. Anyway, after making the surprising easy find I ate my lunch. PB & J (Blueberry) and a banana.
That went off so well I drove over to the river to look for an un-smiley cache that was cluttering up my sea of yellow. I observed that his power-thingie blends in so well with its green camouflage.
I didn't find the cache, at first, but I DID find an old cache that was archived four years ago, in good shape still. I signed the log because, you know, a find is a find!
I did find the cache I was looking for about twenty feet away. It was very cool and involved a bicycle part, several of which I have laying about in the garage. I gave the cache a "favorite" point.
I noticed there was one more cache that all that far away, maybe 800 feet, so I decided to knock that one off, too. On the way there I found this sitting on the grass.
And the cache was very cool, too. I gave that one a favorite point too!
That is about all. I found fourteen caches today, and my daily average for 2014 is currently at 2.4574 caches per day.
It's not JUST about what I had for breakfast...
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