Wednesday, December 2, 2009



Got up at 6:30 to our daily routine, maggie walk, daily devotions, breakfast of oatmeal and toast.
The got ready for the day, went to vets get maggie flea&tick med. looked for a couple caches. The first one looked like it was in someones yard..I am not real keen on those left it. Next went driving along Shenango River past the lake. Found one on a bridge was simple bridge find and I forgot to take a pic. Went on our way to the next one on another river road, as we were driving along I noticed that the state had been doing alot of brush cutting (I have been looking for a walking stick but to many $$) I got out to take a look and seen some large branches that would make great walking sticks. So I walked up the road a ways and found 4 nice ones, so I am going to make my own. I will post pic's when done. So on to the next cache. When I got there I was on an old small bridge that had been by past and new one built many many years ago. I was a multi and this was the first leg of it. Well it went on deeper in to woods and this is hunting season here in PA and I have no orange to ware, not sure I would go anyway, so didn't look for the other 4 caches in this multi. Will save it for another time. Again forgot pic. I just got this new camera and keep forgetting I have it! So I will show you pic's of a previous find This is a typical guard rail cache Well thats all for now
Happy Caching


  1. You've got to remember your camera girl! I'm such a crazy lady with taking pictures that I most always have my camera with me! lol You should see all of the pictures that I take. I've taken over 40 pictures just today! It snowed! Can't wait to see a picture of your walking stick. We bought a couple of walking sticks at the tree farm. We used 3 of them for curtain rods in my little boys room. I have pictures posted on my blog if you want to take a peek. One of the walking sticks we bought actually has a compass on it! I bought one for my Uncle last year for Christmas and it had the compass and a whistle!

    Have a Wonderful Weekend!

  2. Hi there Grammy,

    Good to see that you are getting out and sticking with caching (despite your family! - I read your post on the geocaching forum.) It sounds like you are having a great time.

    Slowly more folk will come and visit your blog. The best thing I found for getting more people to read mine (it's only been really going for about a month) is going and reading other blogs AND commenting.

    This is the best place to find more geocaching blogs: