I was a bit leery about "An Apple in Eden" because several online logs mentioned having run-ins with security there. But since I was at the Sheetz store next door, I decided to try it anyway. When I got there, I couldn't imagine why there'd be a problem. It's a hotel parking lot with people coming and going all the time. I guess if you hang out there for a long time, it may seem suspicious but I wasn't there for that long myself.
The amusement of the day was at "Only in Lancaster #5", which is right behind an auto repair shop in East Petersburg. After I found the cache, someone from inside the shop came out and told me he'd seen 4 or 5 people looking for the cache. Then I showed him the log sheet with at least 50 names and he thought that was amazing. In fact, there are over 280 online found logs, which means a whole lot of people have snuck around back there undetected. :) Seriously, their back window has a full view of the cache site so I'm sure they all know about the cache already but they're nice and didn't disturb it. What I'm seeing a lot of in this area is locals know about geocaches in their neighborhood even though they don't go geocaching themselves.