Anyway, there wasn't much to see there so I went back to the office to wait out the power outage. At 12:30pm, the office was closed for the day. I went home for lunch and then headed out to bag a couple of geocaches. Now wait a minute, you might be thinking. Wasn't it windy and raining? Well, I checked the weather radar and it looked like the Western part of NJ was clearing up. Now I knew that flooding could be a problem, but I figured the hilly sections of Morris County would be relatively immune to flooding.
So I went and did You got to be kidding 3 (Masar Park, Boonton), You got to be kidding 4 (Tourne Park, Denville), and You got to be kidding 2 (Montville Park, Montville). I was the first-to-find for the first two caches, and probably the only person to visit them on a foul-weather day like this. They all had pretty much the same format: the first part was a visit to a playground to calculate the coordinates based on information from the playground itself (e.g. counting platforms, slides, steps, etc in the playset) and the second part was a short walk in the woods to the actual geocache.
The first two caches were in relatively dry areas, so my hunch about this area was correct. The third one, however, was in a lower area and that place did flood. All the trails had become streams because of the water runoff. So after doing that cache, I changed to a dry pair of shoes before grocery shopping and dinner.