On Saturday, I got some geocaches in Laurel and then headed west, across the state line, to Sharptown, Eldorado, Rhodesdale, and East New Market. It was generally easy-going, even if there was a bit of snow late in the afternoon. This is a somewhat rural area with a few small towns. I do still like this area because unlike the Baltimore area, the East Shore and Delmarva parts of Maryland haven't gone crazy with speed cameras. (except for a solitary one I saw near Denton)
On Sunday, I returned to the area. After a few geocaches in Seaford, I went west across the state line and then south to Sharptown, Mardela, Hebron, Salisbury, and Bivalve. The Salisbury area was busier than Sharptown but I was still able to pull off safely on the side of the road near each cache site, so it was okay. Since the TAD series is designed to take you out and then back, I ended up back in Salisbury in the evening and, oblivious to the high crime rate there, I got a few more geocaches on the way back north through Delmar.