By: Runnerinwoods Difficulty: 2.0 Terrain: 1.0 Container: Micro
This one has been on my "nearest to home" list for too long. I finally dropped by this morning before work. I found it fairly quickly, but only because I've previously found others of this style. This one is particularly well designed. TNLNSL. I will keep my [url=http://nirad.sigitem.com/]trackable[/url] sig token for this nano-cache moving. TFTC!
By: PurplePeople Difficulty: 2.0 Terrain: 2.0 Container: Small
Mrs. niraD and I arrived late for PurplePeople's Posey Perambulation, but we were able to catch up to everyone at the third waypoint (which turned out to be waypoint 6, since we visited waypoints 2-7 in reverse order). The weather was beautiful. We enjoyed hiking and visiting, and especially enjoyed PurplePeople explaining the geology and flora of Edgewood. Except for Mrs. niraD's guide dog nibbling on some PO, I thoroughly enjoyed this birthday. TN, L my [url=http://nirad.sigitem.com/]trackable[/url] sig token, SL. Thanks for personally showing us the wildflowers of Edgewood, and TFTC!
By: Rain734 Difficulty: 2.5 Terrain: 1.0 Container: Micro
I was here shortly after the cache was published, back when my find count was in double digits. I found nothing, but apparently I didn't post a DNF, probably because I was inexperienced, and uncertain about my ability to find GZ without a GPSr. Now, about 3 years later, I was in the area and decided to drop by to redeem my DNF. I found it quickly. This is an interesting bit of Stanford history. Even with the years I spent at Stanford (as a student, and then as the fiancÚ/husband of a student), I had no idea this was here. TN, L my [url=http://nirad.sigitem.com/]trackable[/url] sig tokens, SL. TFTC!