Yesterday, as we were all standing around in a parking lot trading stories about our latest tick find, geocaching mistake, or the abundance inch worms in the area, I half-jokingly asked fellow cacher bdramatic, to ride all the way out and check one of our SNAP caches. It is simple math really. Now that the SNAP!!!-land geo-grafitti (or geo-art to some) has been published, Nana & I now have about 174 active caches. The only way to know which ones to do maintenance on is to read each and every log that we get and sometimes even read between the lines. The problem is: we have a few that are way out in the middle of nowhere, miles from the nearest town, burg, city, or even intersection and those don't get found very often. So yes, I was half joking and half hoping she would take my offer to go check on SNAP 80 - Free Ride (GC3HK6D) as it hadn't been attempted since June of 2013. I had explained to her, as we were soaking up the sun at the latest AACC event (GC525CE), that it was a glorious country ride, that you could see just about any kind of wildlife in the area, and to top it all off, you get to take a free ferry ride, courtesy of the State of North Carolina, after finding the cache!!!
Well - - - Thank you - - we appreciate you going all that way!!! We hope you enjoyed the drive. We really enjoyed your log! Logs like these are the types that make our days!!! Kinda wish we could award favorite points to certain logs!
Stay Safe & Keep Caching!!!
SNAP!!! - - - Suffolk Nana & Papa