The next part of the trip was to the northeast Baltimore area, chiefly White Marsh and Parkville, with a few geocaches up near Hunt Valley towards the end of the day. Most of the geocaches were fairly common types, with the exception of "I see you, Parrgo :)" I originally thought that this colorful head in the woods was Halloween-related but the cache description implied otherwise. It's simply whimsical.
Sunday's trip was a return to the Cache Factory area, around Warminster, Abington, Horsham, Doylestown, Chalfont, and New Britain. There's one super-prolific cache owner who has placed over 1100 caches, and so other cache hiders in that area tend to follow suit, placing not just one or two, but dozens of caches each! And the latest prolific cache hider is jonnicat22, who started in May and has already placed 25 caches! So a large part of Sunday's trip was about hitting his "JALED" series of caches. The most interesting walk of the day was on a dangerous wire bridge to "Along the Pipeline". Actually, it probably wasn't as dangerous as it looked. The wire mesh bounced a bit when I walked across but it didn't seem too unsteady.