My adventures took me to Glen Hilton Park, a place where I had cached before, but there have been some new ones published by a local cacher with a reputation for quality hides that I wanted to check out.
After clearing the park I decided to take a walk around the campus of Lenoir-Rhyne University while completing a 6 stage multi-cache.
You never know what one will find when one goes out caching, and today was no exception. The art above was on the side of a drainage culvert. The image below was on an old wall hidden deep in the back woods of Glen Hilton Park:
As I was at GZ searching for the second cache of the day, I got a call from my son (via my wife) to give me some news about a milestone with my sons potty training. I captures the moment so you all can share the excitement:
One of the caches had a crisp 100 dollar bill as a log book. I of course immediately
grabbed it and ran signed the log and put it back. It was actually just the back of a piece of paper from a novelty pad.
This beast guarding LRU was one of the stops on the 6 stage multi-cache.
This guy was hanging out at the edge of a garden. When I saw him my first thought was this Monty Python sketch.
Ye olde ginormous saxaphone outside the music building at LRU.
I found 8 caches today (including 2 I had DNFd previously), 0 DNFs, and many new things discovered. All in all a very satisfying day of geocaching.