Log Entries Good for Your Soul #2      {{found}} 6x {{not_found}} 1x {{comment}} 2x

1 05/18/2014 ruralseeker Found it

Pretty quick, easy find. Nice location. Some teenage muggles were nearby playing a game, but they didn't really notice me much. TFTC SL

1 09/03/2012 cycleangela Found it

We stopped by tonight after eating at the grilled cheese place nearby. Quick find, but the description on both sites says it's a lock and lock. The container is more like a micro now. Thanks for the cache!

1 07/11/2012 NativTxn Found it

Out on a cache run with the owner. I'm 1500 miles from home on a missions trip here with some of the youth from our church in College Station, TX. Container and log have been replaced since old one was crushed. Stopped and smelled the roses.

3 07/11/2012 DudleyGrunt Comment

Visited with NativTxn, today, on a beautiful morning.

Replaced the container, as NT said.

3 02/08/2011 DudleyGrunt Comment

NOTE: Cache has been found since last OCUS attempt and should be in place.

2 11/07/2010 networkcacher Didn't find it

Darn, timing was just too bad to make the find.  I could almost see it but with services about to start there were way too many people everywhere to make the grab. I thought about it and then some folks came out into the garden.  That sealed it.  I'll be back at some point.

1 09/16/2010 czar7 Found it

I found this one last year on the GS site...I think before it was adopted by DG.   At that time the hint on the description (on the other site) made sense...now it seems it does not.

 

Also...this used to be a much harder cache.  I will contact the CO off line and discuss what has changed.   But this container was sitting almost out in the open and the lid was not secure.   Thankfully there has been little rain recently or the contents would have been soaked.

 

With that said.   I really like this particular cache.   The last time I was here was just about the same time of year and it is a very peaceful spot in a hectic area.  

 

When I was done signing the log, I noticed a squirrel sitting on the railing just watching me.   He seemed interested in what I was doing.  He also did not seem overly afraid so I figure the locals probably feed him.   So when I got in the car, I found some sun flower seeds and threw a handful out the window.   At first he flinched and hid, but quicly re-emerged and went after the seeds.   After the third handful, I finally bid farewell and headed out.

 

Great cache and great location. 

1 09/11/2010 sfcchaz Found it

Smile FTF Smile 12:23 PM. As with #1, I knew just where to look. As I came up the hill, there were several people sitting on the porch enjoying some food and conversation. I probably looked a little wierd wandering in the area, so I introduced myself and gave them a quick introduction to geocaching. They all seem interested and one of the folks already knew about the hide. TNLN TFTC

1 02/23/2009 thewoodenradio Found it

See my log entry on Geocaching.com for the long log