Anyway, in the half a day that remained, I decided not to go out too far for geocaching. I started with a few geocaches in King of Prussia and Norristown before moving to the Northwest Philadelphia, Flourtown, and finishing in Fort Washington and Dresher. I hadn't been to Northwest Philly in quite a while and there were a lot of new geocaches! The treehouse at "Wissahickon's REAL Tree House" was pretty neat, although it's accessible only as part of the ropes course. There isn't a ladder to get up there. Also interesting was a note that police left in "Under Ashley's Light". I wonder if they actually got the info from the geocaching website or if they were investigating a call from a local and then realized what it was.
Since there were so many new geocaches in the area I visited on Saturday, I returned on Sunday to continue where I had stopped. This time, I was in Dresher, Oreland, Ardsley, Glenside, Jenkintown, and Abington. I came across a number of creative geocaches but the nicest one was a lotus geocache. It's "Lily under the Acer", which was placed with permission just outside a Japanese restaurant. Also very noteworthy was "Exorcising the Evil #2", a geocache that is rated 4.5 stars for difficulty. Despite the deviousness of this cache, I found it right away once I got there because I remembered a Youtube video about a similar idea.