We talking caches, or his age?
Sorry Harmon, couldn't resist. You da man, I only wish I could hike the places you do if I ever approach your young age.
way to go Harmon 4000
That is AMAZING!! You go Harmon? Need another rest stop now? Congrats!
Thanks all, I appreciate your support.
Jodi's Rest Stop for Harmon was almost my last find. Fell
face down into a pile of rocks from a stable standing position.
I suspect that my fall was Janie's fault but I can't prove it.
I've been saving #4,000 until Sandy is able to be with me. Thing
is that she spent the past week in Arizona with her mother and
her sisters. Imagine ... that close but no cigar until she returned.
Maybe today with Sandy but certainly not on a mountain-top due
to her rebuilt big toe that's coming along nicely but still mending.
Finally I owe most of my find-count to the Geobabes and since
those days to my super hiking pal Janie of Splashette fame.
Janie badgered me up more mountain trails than I can recall.
My final push toward 4,000 included Guatay Mountain, Mt. Wood-
son, Mt. Miguel, Sweetwater Reservoir, north of the fifty-two,
and most recently Barber Road. Thank you all for the many hides
on county power trails.
My only regret is that 4,000 finds aren't even half of what is
respectable in San Diego County. I suppose that tagging along
behind Geocaching super-stars is the best that an old man can
p.s. I've started a list of local Geocachers that haven't expressed
congratulations for my amazing feet. Oops, make that feat.
Vern / Foothills Drifter...