Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox

Kent County pre-breakfast event geocaches and Hibachi Dinner Meet

Sunny, 36°F. It was cold and windy, but after wading across the stream at Bringhurst Woods through icy-cold water, I didn't think the weather was really that cold any more. The first three geocaches had the roughest terrain of the day, so thank goodness the next half dozen or so were pretty easy. I'm guessing few people went out geocaching in the cold and windy weather. I was FTF on 4 geocaches (BYOB, Lewis and Dyke, CR42, and Carlise) and I didn't even have to rush out for those. I think most of the geocaches I found today were placed for next weekend's geocaching breakfast event, but I figure since I found these already, I can go further south after the event. There are a bunch more geocaches down the shore that I haven't done and I need to visit the outlet mall too.

In the evening, I joined the Furst State folks for a hibachi dinner meet at Hibachi Grill & Supreme Sushi Buffet in Wilmington. I thought it was a good way to end the day. I had noodles and seafood from the hibachi, miscellaneous buffet food, every kind of sushi they had, and ice cream, fruit and jelly.

Tags: furmeet, geocaching, hibachi grill & supreme sushi buffet, kent county, new castle county

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