Temperatures were hovering at around 20°F this afternoon so I thought I'd just do the first two stages, which were near the road, and leave the final trek for a warmer day. But once I got outside, it wasn't so bad so I completed all the stages. It helped that there wasn't much wind at the time. As a bonus, it was cold enough that the snow had frozen. I was able to walk on top of a six-inch layer of snow without falling through. Amazing!
The last two stages were in Rio Vista, a community chock full of mansions. Someone called one house like that the most pretentious house in all of Hunterdon County. I wonder what he would call a entire hill full of those houses!
I picked up the Home Sick Mickey travel bug from the geocache. Actually, it's just a sheet of paper in a plastic sheet protector and note requesting cachers to find a replacement Mickey Mouse figurine exactly like the one in the picture. The original figurine was stolen.
Anyway, since I was going out this evening, I stopped by at a Disney Store. No, of course they did not have any Mickey figurines. That's the Disney Store for you these days. Merchandise of every character except the one that started it all.
However, I did manage to find the last Inu-Yasha comic that I was missing. I now have #1-12.