Over the past couple of days Just Leafy and I did a couple of caches that deserve a bit of recognition.
You see, we have been working to fill in the cumulative 366 day calendar in our geocacher stats so that we can complete the requirements for a specific challenge cache. Sadly I do not remember the challenge cache's name. But I am sure one of my readers will contact me and refresh my memory.
Well up we went on 06/26/2013. For some reason both of us were awake at 4:30am that day, so we went and got coffee and watched a sunrise. Once that was done we decided this was what we would do next. As predicted there was no traffic, and we made the 5min walk up to the cache. We got pretty scratched up and had soaking feet by the time we got to GZ, but the view was worth it. We took a few pictures and headed on our way.
We arrived as close as we could to the final for parking, and looked at the GPS. Well it took us to a wall with a big drop, so there was no way we were going to hop that. So down and around we went, and now the GPS wanted us to wade through a private pond for 60 meters.... Well that wasn't going to happen either. Standing there stumped as to what we did wrong I happened to spy a friendly face in the distance. It was Mr. Moss Trooper carrying some wood up some stairs. I called out to him, and he turned and smiled calling out asking "What brings you to this neck of the woods". We told him, and we asked if he had done this one before. It turns out he had, and he pointed it out for us. Just Leafy went to investigate and there it was. After signing and returning as found we went over to where their boat was moored and said our hellos to the youngest of the Moss Troopers. We had to decline his offer for tea, as we had to get out to Esquimalt for me to get my hair cut and a beard trim.
We took a couple of quick photos here and headed back down.
Now we only have 10 more caching days to fill in on the cumulative 366 day calendar. We are very much looking forward to getting this statistical challenge completed.