Monday, June 10, 2013

1 weekend - 2 entirely different caching days

This weekend was interesting - not that I particularly want a repeat of Saturday

Saturday we were teamed up with alara doing caches in Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake.
Sunday we were teamed up with Jim & Lynn of jtmlam59 and doing caches in Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Chesapeake.

Saturday we ended the day with 17 finds and 9 DNFs
Sunday we ended the day with 26 finds and 2 DNFs

WOW - what a difference.

To top it off - some of those that we DNF'd on Saturday - - - we found on Sunday!!!!

To make things even more confusing, at one point on Saturday we DNF'd 3 caches in a row that were supposed to be P&Gs and then the next cache we found and it was a 4 difficulty!!!!

Even though at different times Saturday we almost called it a day and kept plugging away, trying our best to look in every nook and cranny, we continued on until late afternoon.

Sunday was a much more enjoyable day and it proved that geocaching saying - - everyone has a bad (or so-so) day every once in a while but you have to keep on getting back out there.

Winner of the "COVETED" SNAP Cache of the Day on Saturday was:
GC497T0 - Caterpillar of Justice - hidden by drakeotomy

Winner of the "COVETED" SNAP Cache of the Day on Sunday was:
GC47YJD - It Costs What??? - hidden by cmurray0023

Congrats to both CO's

As always - Stay Safe & Keep Caching!!!

SNAP!!! - Suffolk Nana & Papa


  1. That is one of the interesting things about geocaching. DNFs come in all shapes and sizes. The ones that you cannot find for the life of you on one day, yet are in the first place you look the next are the most interesting ones to me.

    Thanks for the read!

  2. You must have been out in my neck of the woods on Sunday (Southern VB) I DNF'd It cost what a few weeks ago and haven't had a chance to get back out to look again. Maybe this weekend.

  3. Hi there. Interesting story, sounds like my life, like the cache I went out on 5 times before I finally found it. What a dunce, t was right in front of me.

    Well good luck on your hunts.
    Frank (aka Cantoo)