Had an interesting experience today. Here is my log. Just wondering if anyone else has had disturbing finds which were not part of the cache itself.
Updated log, now that I have had some ZZZzzzs:
After a day of caching which included 2 DNFs, one cache that was filled with inches of water and moldy toys, 2 other finds, and 7 caches that are on new owners property, who came out to let me know that the caches have been reomoved and I assured them I would take that message to the powers that be. I wanted to end my day on a possitive note, so I zipped on over to the boat launch and there was no one there. Found the cache easily, signed log, left a pt. Cache was dry. I heard a beaver nearby who was pretty angry that I was near his area. Put GeoK9 back in the car and decided to take a walk to see him and get a picture of him and some ducks. I am trying to get out every other day to take nature pictures for my friend in NYC who is dying of cancer and is nearing her final days. She loved the out doors and can't get out, so I made it my mission to get some kind of scene or animal photo every other day. In this case, it seemed like a quick and easy mission. I walked down to the river and immediatly saw a big duck. He flew and I got a couple shots off. Then I went thru the woods to find the beaver who was still slapping his tail. I walked out to the point and found something disturbing. On the way back to the car, I found more disturbing evidence. I called 911. Eddington dispatch asked me to wait for the officer but dispatch forgot to tell the officer that, so the officer stopped to help someone find their lost dog, then pulled over a speeder, then came over. He was most apologetic! While waiting, I got to enjoy the sunset, complete with more ducks. So, its now after dark and I have to take the officer to see my non cache find. He plans to photograph the evidence tomorrow at 6 AM when it will be light and he will then gather it using gloves and evidence bag, and researching MP files. GeoK9 waited patiently in the car, and when the officer and I came back, I let her out of the car. She is a Registered Therapy Dog and she got out, sniffed the officer a couple times, decided he didn't need therapy and put herself back in the car! This all was quite an adventure, and its adventure that I could live without. <g> Wonder how many others find things they weren't looking for while caching. My Doc told me 3 weeks ago that she was advising me to take a weeks vacation. Yesturday she suggested to at least go caching for an afternoon....I don't think this is what she had in mind! LOL Thanks for a very interesting cache! Took sig item. LPT. TFTC