There were thick clouds in the sky all day but it didn't rain more than a sprinkle until I was on my way home. Then it poured, although it stopped when I got home.
Not a bad day for being outside. I did a few 1-mile round trip walks for the first 5 caches. Then I did a whole bunch of shorter ones to end up with 13 finds for the day. Met a geocacher Spikerek at the 2nd cache of the day.
Weird thing happened at South Dunton: There were two vehicles at the dead-end part of the street by the beach. When I pulled in to the dead-end, both of them immediately drove away. When I was done with the cache and leaving, I noticed that one of them hadn't actually left the area, but was parked just outside the dead-end and looking at me all shifty-eyed. So there are a few possibilities:
1. I had bad odor.
2. They thought I was the parking enforcer.
3. I interrupted some kind of shady dealing.
4. They knew I was going to pick up the geocache and didn't want to be in the way. (Haha! I wish.)
Needless to say, this is yet another time I don't understand Long Islanders.
Went to the KFC/LJS in Hicksville for dinner. They've gotten service down to the sub-second range. Someone had already started putting the order together while I was ordering. So the moment I paid, Bam! The food was ready. Quite impressive. Now if only they could fix the restroom. There's no sign for the men's room and inside, the faucet handle is broken.