Click Clear Filter. Zoom out. There are runs S and SW of that area, N of that area, and NW of Waco, too. Kinda all over out there. More than you can do in a day.
Go with someone or a couple someones and you can easily do 100+ in a day. Easy. I've done 100+ solo. With 2 or more you can get all you need to reach a goal number you want to hit out there based upon when you go so you can come back with some finds remaining. This way you can grab some now and then before your anniversary and choose your milestone cache (special cache, event, etc.) for #1,000.
Caching with a group out there is fun.
There are power trails out there but you can also go to as many events as possible. Especially the ones where caching is involved. I have a caching event on 12/5 at the TEXAS series where a group of us will get 25+ caches in one day, on 12/12 there is a kayaking series event on armond bayou, Baytown bert has a brawndo series event on 1/2, etc.
I found 40 caches the other day in NE houston at Dwight Eisenhower park
I like to take my time when I cache and enjoy quality of quantity in caches I find, BUT....
I'm embarrassed to say that in the nearly ten years I've been caching I've only found 800-something caches. I'd really like to join the "comon club" before I reach my ten year "Cacheversary" (I joined Geocaching.com and started caching in February 2006,)
If I find an average of two caches a day between now and then, I'll make it - but I don't have the opportunity to cache every day,
I know people that have found a hundred of more caches in one day. I don't know how that's possible, but I would assume they're going to areas that are very cache-dense. Can anyone recommend any of these areas to me? I need to get these numbers up, and in doing so I'd like to have 10+ finds on days that I can devote to caching.
Thanks in advance!