Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox

Lancaster XXV - Mountville, Columbia; York II - Wrightsville, Hallam, East York

Cloudy, 55-60°F. It was raining this morning, but I timed my trip out so that I'd arrive in Mountville when the rain stopped. After finding a few geocaches in Mountville and Columbia, I saw that I was close enough to York County that I should just cross the Susquehanna River and tap the rich vein of York County geocaches. So I continued onwards to Wrightsville, Hallam, and finished up in East York. It was unbelievable how many roadside and parking lot geocaches there were. For variety and some exercise, I did also throw in a few walk-in-the-park caches. The area is definitely worth a revisit.

In the evening, since it was on the way back, I stopped at Trio Bar and Grill in in Columbia for the L.O.S.T. at Trios geocaching event. (L.O.S.T. stands for Lancaster Organization for Seeking Tupperware) There was a pretty good turnout that filled the entire party room. I didn't stay for the whole event, however, because Long John Silver's beats tavern food any day. So I went to the Manheim Pike LJS in Lancaster and had a chicken and fish variety platter.

When I got home, I decided I ought to use the Dunkin' Donuts birthday coupon before it expires. There's a 24-hour DD pretty close to home so I went there and had a strawberry coolatta. I think it's actually very convenient that they're open 24/7 because DD sometimes sends out pretty good coupons and I could use those when I stumble home from Lancaster late at night.

Tags: dunkin donuts, geocaching, geocaching event, lancaster county, long john silver's, york county
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