Wednesday, May 15, 2014
Eleven caches in a day, but I will try to keep it brief.
While Kevin's car was being serviced I joined him in Moorooka to spend a day geocaching in an area where we hadn't been before. Moorooka is one of the southern suburbs of Brisbane, as is Yeronga where I used to work nearly 15 years ago.
The forecast was for showers, but it was a bright and sunny day and actually quite warm. We started off with the cache closest to the garage in Moorooka and slowly moved toward Yeronga and Annerley to fill a few hours of fun.
Rocklea Soup Bowl
Yeronga Memorial Park - Pool
Yeronga Memorial Park - CWA
Yeronga Memorial Park - Rugby Union
Yeronga Memorial Park - Mallet Sports Club
Yeronga Memorial Park - Blind Cricket
Yeronga Memorial Park - Tennis
Yeronga Memorial Park - Dog Off Leash
Scrabble - A new pet for the children
Look Out for Trolls
After a warm and uncomfortable climb up-hill to the main road we were ready for a rest and lunch. We walked to the little Vietnamese restaurant where we had had our morning tea and enjoyed a nice bowl of noodle soup. After a good rest we walked back to the garage to pick up the car (and meanwhile retrieving mine as well), while picking up one more cache on the way.
Left or Right?
The last one of a successful day. No DNFs at all. Now, that's a first I believe. The last cache was hidden along a busy road, but easily spotted from a distance. For the second time of the day I left a few TBs that I had collected and not been able to get rid of, because of all the micro caches. They are on their way again for new adventures.
|Signing the log, eh... oops! The wrong one! :-)|