On Saturday, I returned to the same Mount Laurel / Cherry Hill / Moorestown area to continue what I was doing on Tuesday. By that time, my foot had gotten significantly better and I could walk, as long as the terrain was not too uneven or steep. I picked mostly geocaches with low terrain ratings and trivial walking distances. There was only one that I went to but did not attempt because I didn't think it would be wise to crawl under a bush. (at least not until I was better) I did do some geocaches with terrains rated 2.5 and 3 but those were obviously misrated. While in the area, I met up with DRTrack and cosmogirl, who told me they were actually visiting the Route 73 strip mall row for shopping, but with some geocaches on the side. I also ran into wvulug, who was there more for geocaching. (or at least he didn't mention shopping :) )
Sunday was a cold day with temperatures below freezing most of the day. I did the same thing, picking out the low-terrain caches, a bit further north in Riverton, Willingboro, and Burlington. I took a bit of a chance on "Suburban campout" and "Creekbed Copse" because those were in an area that was pretty wild. Even so, there wasn't anything I couldn't handle as long as I was careful. I also finished off the "Levittown Legacy" cache series again, since a few new ones had been published since my last visit to Willingboro. Only #2 in that series was an old one that I couldn't find previously but is much easier, now that coordinates have been corrected.