So all the girls should be back in their respective homes by then and The Capt never has MLK off. If I spend the night on the boat I will be just a few miles from launch point and able to make it by 9am. The only variable in this cheery scenario is unexpected parental responsibilities which have reared their ugly heads recently. Call me a maybe (finally) but don't wait for me. I have dreamed of getting the CLAPS series more times than I can count!
Our first cache was in a local park and enjoyed by a few dozen cachers until a local concerned citizen worried that it might bring people to the park after hours and took it upon himself to muggle the cache twice before I archived it. He made a point to brag about what he had done to several neighbors, who mentioned it to me.
Just after we placed the cache he sat in on the annual meeting and had the park hour shortened to 8am - 8pm (he was one of the only ones at the meeting). Think about that...a neighborhood park you could not visit in the summertime until it was too hot to walk and had to leave before it cooled off in the evenings, even though it was still light. One neighbor was ticketed twice (after two warnings) for walking his dogs at 8:45pm in July. The sun wasn't even down yet!!!
Cooler heads have prevailed and it now has the usual dawn to dusk notice, but geeeesh, some people.
I'm looking for someone to adopt my Mason Creek Series. It is very newbie friendly and openly located, so is a bit of a maintenance diva. We will be relocating to Spring next month and I really don't think I will have time to manage it amid all the new caches I'll be finding, lol.