Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox

South Jersey FPT XVII - Woodstown

Sunny, 55-60°F. Unseasonably warm day. I went geocaching in Woodstown / Pilesgrove, not too far away, and I was able to do the first 4 geocaches in sandals. Those were roadside caches or nearly so. Needed shoes for the 5th cache, "Crockett Heights", though because it was a bit further into the woods. Today was a day when I wasn't feeling too well, but it wasn't apparent until after the 5th cache. So I had to stop at McDonald's in Woodstown to do something about it. While there, I had BBQ and Ranch Chicken Snack Wraps.

After that, I ventured out further to Mullica Hill, Pitman, and Sicklerville. I was thinking of going to Bok Bok Fresh after the last cache of the day because I had some coupons but I'd forgotten that they're closed on Sunday. Yes, Bok Bok Fresh is Christian-owned so that is the reason, but I'm not local to Sicklerville, so the practice of closing on Sunday reduces my chances of going there by half. Instead, I went to the old reliable Plan B: Long John Silver's in Mantua. I had Fish and More. On the way home, I decided to make a short detour into downtown Wilmington to the Wilmington train station to try to find the "DeRRH04-The only one left in Wilmington" geocache at night. My guess was parking would not be a problem late Sunday night and that was correct. I was able to park very close to the cache site. The area was quiet and I found the fake rock quickly.

Tags: bok bok fresh, geocaching, long john silver's, mcdonald's, south jersey, wilmington, woodstown

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