+PattiNH Posted June 26, 2012 Share Posted June 26, 2012 The police around here know about Geocaching. It helps that one of the most avid cachers in the area happens to be a well-known lawyer Winter 2010-2011 I tried caching when I still had my Buick Rendezvous. Tried to pull far enough off to the side of a dirt road so as not to block anyone and I ended up in a ditch. Basically ruined the vehicle getting it pulled out. That's okay, that's how I got my Jeep Wrangler. Cuts & scrapes happen all the time. I was Geocaching last weekend in Connecticut in 100° weather so there was no way I was wearing long pants. My legs were a mess from walking in the woods, through thorns, etc. But my friend who "tolerates" my "strange hobby" because it gives us an excuse to spend time together just patiently used alcohol and neosporin on my legs at the end of every day. And then there's ticks. Never had a tick on me until I started Geocaching. Got bit only once because I've learned how to manage them and use DEET generously. Patti Quote Link to comment
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