After that, I headed out to Lancaster County. Warmed up with a few geocaches in the town of Quarryville before hitting the rail trail. This time, I parked near cache #95. Then I did caches #95 to #116. Then I walked back to parking and went the other way to do caches #94 to #61. That walk was a 12.5-mile round trip! I wanted to see how far I could push myself. It turned out to not be as difficult as I thought. I suppose my endurance has improved a bit. I wasn't even tired after the first 7 miles. I did slow down quite a bit in the last 1.5-mile stretch but even then, I think I could've walked more if it wasn't already dark. My legs may be sore tomorrow though.
Also, today's batch of 62 geocaches took me past the 16,000-cache milestone! I thought I was going to get that in Connecticut but I'm a bit early. Dinner was a 1/3-lb burger and fries (before adding fixings, after adding fixings) at Fuddruckers in Lancaster since I had a coupon. I don't think the Lancaster Fuddruckers is as good as the New Brunswick Fuddruckers. (which went out of business recently) The latter had better, or at least more, melted cheese.