TO THE PARK
THE CACHE OPEN
On Sat. we went to Thurmont MD ,takes about 2 1/2 hrs from my DD house. This is a HUGE festival to say the least. The first pic, when we first got there. By the time we got to the park the next pic, that was the crowed of peeps walking to get in the park, it was like that all over the park there were 350 craft booths in there and it was like that all day. It was so bad that I could not get any pic of booths anywhere in town. The park is the main show, and there are vendors along main st, and all side streets and some parking lots, and many cubbie holes. Then there are a couple other areas, like the American Legion (this is were we always set up) and they have about another 350 booths. and across from that is the carnival grounds and another 250 booths, with booths along the streets and in more cubbie holes. In all I would estimate about 1, 500 vendors, that would include food booths. That might be a low est. Then all over and around town, tons of yard sales set up for the weekend. You could not see everything in one day. We did get to a couple yard sales, we were walking along waiting for SIL to get the car. He picked us up on the way out of town! I think we were there about 6 hrs or so and sat down once to eat lunch, at the fire dept booth, hot roast beef sandwich, ff, and cole slaw. Mmmmmmmmmmm good. We headed home to get the fur babies , that were not happy campers, being left so long.
The cache of the day is another one I found on the way home. The hint was ( get some air) so it was not hard to find. Now when I first started geocaching I would never have found this one. Only thru research and reading logs, and blogs did I found out about this type of cache. It is a fake electric cover, as you can see take it off it has 4 round magnets to hold it on with the cache log in a taped baggie. I think that's one of the fun things about caching all the different containers used.
Click on pic to make larger.
All for now thanks for stopping by.