This blog is a photo record of memories during our travels as full-time RVers. It will never be current as we are very busy making new memories:o)) If you want to know where we are today, look below at the photos at the top of the right hand column. This blog begins on January 1, 2013.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Topic Seven–January 28 to February 8, 2013
We stayed at Jonathan Dickinson State Park for 11 days. Gin and Syl arrived a day after us. Unfortunately, they both contracted “The Flu” at Disney World;o(( So they just stayed put and spent several days kicking the bug!! A little later in the week, Dan and Tricia arrived. Rather than do a day by day account, we will cover our stay here by topics.Click on any link below to go to that topic.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park has more geocaches than most parks we have visited. Since it is such a large park, we used our bikes to go from cache search area to cache search area. Many of the places we searched, we had to bushwhack our way through;o((
Notice Nancy is never along for the hunt.
She does go with us, but she volunteers to “guard” the bikes;o))
Nancy here: Well somebody has to take the pictures and protect our property!!!
Actually, I enjoy the PEACE and QUIET;o))
On one day, we searched for 21 caches and found 19!!!
Geocaching requires planning and strategy.
Checking Coordinates Checking Maps
Occasionally, just poking the ground!!
We needed to look HIGH and LOW.
Yep, you do what you need to do to find the cache and sign the log:o)))
Just for the record,
we finally found the two caches that had eluded us ;o))