2021-03-28 14:15 sfcchaz (404) - Found it
So, I see that there are two other "Found It" logs from the day before the cache published. I noticed that these cachers tend to cache with the CO, so I assume they were together at the original visit with the CO. So, I'll claim FTF, if that's correct.
How fortunate, I had a plan to visit Montgomery, AL today and this one published last night. I had been here about 19 months ago to seek and log the Groundspeak virtual at this location. If you check out my log there, I had on the same shirt, but a different hat. Today my scrubby beard was a little longer too. lol
I believe this is the first OCNA cache that I have receive a "Publish" notification on since I retired and moved to Alabama. I live in Fort Mitchell, AL. Not many OCNA caches near me, but I did claim a FTF on one in Newnan, GA that was almost 10 years old, but cross-listed on the Groundspeak site. The Groundspeak cache is still active. I'm still the only finder on this site. I even had to remind the CO of it as he forgot about it on this site.
I'm also going to use this cache in a cyber cache on the Terracaching.com site where the requirement is to find 5 geocaches on 5 different sites that are also different types of geocaches on the same day. This one being a virtual.
Thanks for the placement.
2021-03-28 06:16 OC Team - OC Team comment
2021-03-27 11:21 Mdeezy (2) - Found it
Found this while in the area with friends. Wasn’t sure at first I wanted to get out of the truck from the initial glance around. But I was curious so I got out and walked around, glad I wasn’t alone and even more glad it was daylight. I made my way around some of the various old painted appliances and crosses, snapping some pictures as I went. I realized it just keeps going up in the woods across the street and around the house. I kept walking and found some Rice family tombstones, crosses and painted “warnings” on everything that stands still. I assume someone still lives there, wouldn’t suggest going beyond road. Definitely a site to see if you’re in the area.
2021-03-27 10:23 Beep~Beep (1) - Found it