After 10 days or so on the north side of town, I moved the Scamp to the south side of town in preparation for a gathering.
It doesn't seem that that sunrises and sunsets are quite as brilliant, but the sunrise is still worth getting up for!
I went into town first thing on Saturday morning to take one last past through the "big tent." Things were MUCH quieter than they had been on the first day of the RV Show. Still nothing that I needed, but I did get more info from the gal that was looking for summer workers in Alaska.
The big reason to move south was to be positioned for the Escapees GeoCachers event that is always scheduled for the week after the Big Tent.
They meet for four days to teach new folks interested in trying geocaching, to compare notes and make recommendations, to tell stories that may or may not be true, and to geocache in the surrounding area.
Numbers vary from one day to the next with most of the days limited to people who are members of Escapees.
Yesterday morning, I teamed up with another fellow to see if we could find some caches that had just been published. Sure, there was a presentation scheduled in camp, but there were First to Finds that needed to be found!
We managed to be First to Find five of the six new caches southeast of town while others headed to new caches west of town.
Not only that, we were back in plenty of time so that we didn't miss the snacks!
Not only have I found some fun caches this week, as we were standing around talking late yesterday afternoon, I discovered that one of the other attendees and I share some mutual friends. Turns out, she lived down the road a bit from a gal I dated in high school. Small world!