At Miller Pond, I saw a family feeding the ducks. Now I don't think it's necessarily a good idea to feed waterfowl, but some people have fun doing that and within reason, it should not be too damaging to the ecosystem. The problem is they were tossing WHOLE BAGELS at the ducks. By the time I got back from the cache, the family had left the area and there were a few dozen bagels bobbing in the water by the shoreline of the lake. Yes, there is such a thing as overfeeding the ducks and this is it.
At Miller Place, the road rage nonsense began again. Someone came up close behind and started honking. Then he overtook on a double-lined road. This location is within town and the speed limit is 30mph, so that's yet another law broken. Even worse, there was oncoming traffic just around the corner and not much room to spare. Now if I didn't do anything, that guy would've crashed head-on into oncoming traffic for sure. Much as I'd like to see him get what he deserved, I also knew that it would be unfair to the oncoming driver, who did nothing to deserve the damage. So I stomped on the brakes to let him back into the correct side of the road.
And finally, I revisited Reach Out and Touch Someone to see the codephrase. However, I've been thinking about this issue over the past few weeks and I decided that I cannot support caches with unnecessary logging requirements, nor do I wish to see other caches pop up around here with similar nuisance requirements. So I confiscated the codephrase sticker and posted the phrase in my online log. In case that gets deleted, it is: "This Usually Holds The Key".
I had a printout of every Long John Silver's location in Long Island. So for dinner, I tried the LJS in Melville on Broad Hollow Road. It's pretty similar in appearance to the North Baldwin location but it's more centrally located for access from the LIE.