Saturday, November 6, 2010

Pancakes in the Park

I got to see the sun rise this morning!Sunrise

I was on my way to geocaching breakfast event when I snapped the picture to the right. Having the event at 7:30am was a nice change of pace, even if it was early. Past events I've been to have been around lunch time... and honestly, I'm a little sick of potato and pasta salad!

The event was at a local park near Sahuarita, which is south of Tucson. Only 5 or 6 people posted "Will Attend" logs, but with some of them being couples, and a few extra people that showed up - the turnout wasn't too bad.

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It was a chilly morning, the first time this year I've been caching with some kind of long sleeves on! Our hot breakfast did a great job of warming us up though.

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I had a lovely time at this event. The last few events I have been to have been so big that I just kind of felt out of place - Everyone already knew someone or was with someone and already chatting, so I kind of felt weird. Its hard to go to events by yourself. I'm not exactly what you would call a "social butterfly." Anyway, this event was great. I met a lot of the names I've seen in logs (it also helps going to an event near Tucson!) and had a good time talking with other cachers. I hopefully even met a couple people to cache with! I've avoiding some caches becuase I don't want to go alone, so hopefully I can grab some of those in the future.

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2 comments:

  1. Breakfast looks mmmmmm good. Glad to know that you enjoyed yourself, and that you are being careful on your geocache outings.

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  2. Events are probably my favorite caches. I love the chatting and story swapping. It's just so much fun. Talking about caches, meeting new people etc. It's also a great way to find other people to cache with.

    Breakfast did look good. I like the breakfast events, too, because then you can have a day of caching after!

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