Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox

Fresh Gathering

Cloudy, 43°F. There's actually more to the story from yesterday that I failed to write about, but in the interest of not being too long-winded, I'm just going to start with: I woke up late. Now, the early bird would've left already and so the late bird got the worm. So I had a bit of business to take care of this morning. By the time I was done, it was noon. Seeing as how I wasn't going to get in a full day of geocaching, I made a last-minute decision to go to the Bok Bok Fresh Gathering in Sicklerville.

That was a Where's George gathering, not geocaching or furry. I hadn't been to a WG gathering in at least a few years (not counting my recent meetup with Rich and Christine) so I was surprised that I still remembered some of the WG regulars and they still remembered me. I'd never been to Bok Bok Fresh before, so I didn't know what to expect. It's a yuppie luncheon, in the same league as Panera Bread in terms of pricing. I had a Bok Bok Original sandwich with sweet potato fries. At the end of the gathering, there was a game of LCR, but using dollar bills instead of chips. I didn't play; just watched.

After the gathering, I headed out to grab a few geocaches. Since I've been to this area a bunch of times already, there weren't too many geocaches left to find. So for the first cache, I drove about 7 miles out from Bok Bok Fresh to Hope You Do Well, which is near the Hopewell Cemetery. Then I went to Tire Graveyard and SJG Birthday Prize Cache, which is about all that I had time for before dusk. All in all, it was an interesting day.
Tags: bok bok fresh, geocaching, south jersey, where's george

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