There was quite a variety of breakfast foods at the Old Country Buffet. The eggs alone were prepared three different ways: scrambled, eggs benedict, and custom omelettes. I sure enjoyed the eggs benedict. Must have had at least half a dozen of those. (I won't need to have eggs again for the rest of the week!) One remarkable thing was they had fried chicken! And there I thought I was the only one making breakfast chicken. Turns out that the OCB has been doing that all along. After sampling everything, I put gravy on rice krispies because I thought that might be interesting. Well, it crackled anyway.
After breakfast, we took a walk across the street to find the cache in the wooded area behind Arby's. That was an easy group search. Then we did a few more caches in the area before splitting up and going our separate ways. Since I hadn't been to South Jersey in a while, there were lots of geocaches to do and two parks had three caches each. So it was easy to squeeze a bunch of caches into the remaining daylight hours. After sunset, I attempted and found one more cache.
After that, I stopped at the Lindenwold Wawa store for dinner. It was conveniently on my route back to I-295. I also stocked up on chocolate milk and iced tea because my refrigerator had been running low on Wawa beverages.