This time, I near the Atglen end of the rail trail. I knew this section didn't get flooded last week because it is higher than the surrounding land. I took an 8-mile walk and found 39 caches along the trail. Met a bunch of geocachers, including H2"O", Pitch Black, and Benam Benam 3. Also talked to a non-geocacher who was walking three beagles on the rail trail. From what I saw, it's hard to walk dogs who are easily distracted. They stop and look at everything, including me when I was behind the utility pole getting the cache.
After I left the rail trail, I continued with the original plan of finding more Battleship series caches. This time, I toured the northeast part of the county, through East Earl, Blue Ball, New Holland, West Earl, and Leola. It started raining when I was at the 56th cache of the day, but it was dusk and time for dinner anyway. I went to Ruby Tuesday in Lancaster and ordered salad bar. I'd have gotten something else but they'd changed their menu so I couldn't get one of the salad bar combos at dinner time. No matter. I was really there just for the salad bar anyway. After dinner, I did one more geocache since it was on the way home. It's near the Fulton Steamboat, a bizarre hotel that looks like a riverboat.