It was the least satisfying day of geocaching I've had in recent memory. Four geocaches were in dubious spots too close to houses. I tried those anyway just for the heck of it. Found two of them. One more I didn't find but could've already been removed by a nearby resident as I wasn't the only one who couldn't find it. The last one was a doozy. It was in Asbury Park. I didn't get a chance to seriously search for that geocache because a lady (and I use that term loosely because she was most unladylike) living nearby came out and told me to go away. It was a public park so I did think it was within my rights to stay there. However, it wasn't worth the bother to make her call the police to prove that it was a public area, so I just left. Let the next geocacher talk to her.
The high point of the day was running into C&E at a geocache site in South Plainfield. I've got to admire their dedication, coming all the way here from Pennsylvania to find geocaches that are too close to houses. :)
Lunch was at Texas Weiner II in Greenbrook. Eh, I've had better roadfood, although now I'm wondering, since this is Texas Weiner II, whether there is a Texas Weiner I. (Edit: Yes, there's a Texas Weiner I in Plainfield according to Google Local.) For dinner, I went to Penang in Edison. Didn't pass by a single Wawa store on my side of the road the whole day, amazingly.