Wednesday was a rainy day but the severe thunderstorm made a right turn into South Jersey just before reaching my place. So I cut the grass. Seemed like the grass grew another half a foot in just two weeks since I last cut it. This time, I used both the lawnmower and the string trimmer. The lawnmower isn't great at making tight turns so I cut the remaining islands of grass with the trimmer. Using the two together, I was able to do both front and back yards in 90 minutes. It used to take 2 hours.
Thursday was rainy the whole day but I went out geocaching anyway since there were two new geocaches in the Pike Creek area. (7 miles from work) Luckily, the rain stopped just when I got to that area. First, I did Souvenir Challenge (Delaware). This is a challenge cache with a logging requirement. I had to have 10 souvenirs before I logged it. (Souvenirs are like Foursquare badges, virtual awards for doing certain things on the site.) I already had 20 souvenirs, so that wasn't a problem. Then I went for the I Hate Rock Hides geocache, not far from the Souvenir Challenge. The cache description is somewhat misleading. After poking around the area for a bit, I realized that there must be some kind of trick there and reading the online cache logs confirmed it. I looked somewhere a bit different and the cache was a snap to find then.