This past weekend I went to New Hampshire to visit some friends.
And the extra-cool part is they both cache, so I finally got to get some geocaching in (as well as a baseball game).
This isn’t going to be an uber-long post, but it felt good just to be out and make some finds. For the weekend, I nabbed 30 (in New Hampshire and Maine), so that was nice. But one thing I noticed — I’m not that good at this game anymore.
There were some “easier” ones that we DNFd and there were others that took way longer than they should have. Further, I realized how self-conscious I am with the game anymore. I have a hard time looking for things for too long as I don’t want people looking and thinking I am up to no good.
I have a baseball road trip coming up in a few days and I hope to grab a new state while I am out and about, but it’s not as fun to go by myself.
That being said, it was a nice thing this past weekend and I really enjoyed getting out and about a little and exploring some.
Geocaching isn’t as fun as it once was for me, but I still enjoy getting out with friends, finding a few, and just being outside.