The only weird thing today was at "Princess Sandwich". In order to get to the cache site, you have to go down a steep slope into a ravine. I was about to do that when the elderly lady across the street asked me what I was doing. I told her I was going down to see the creek and suddenly she seemed concerned that I was crazy or doing something foolish. That was awkward! In the end, she left me alone. It really wasn't that tough a slope to descend. I think it was a 20-30% incline and the cache was a snap to find once I got to the dry creek area.
I was reading some geocache logs and I noticed that a geocacher's car was broken into at Delcastle Recreation Area. I know it happens sometimes and that's why I take everything of value with me if I'm going on a long hike. What's unnerving is that incident took place in broad daylight in a suburban park that is usually busy during the day. It's also not an area where the crime rate is especially high. I've been to that park about half a dozen times myself and not noticed anything untoward. I guess this explains why I saw police patrolling all the parks in Hatfield two weeks ago. There were probably car break-in incidents at parks over there too.