One last day of caching with P.T. and a musical
From there, we went up to Radiosounder, which had a message on an FM channel once you got in the neighborhood where the cacher lives. We found a couple more caches then before going to "Points Up" which got us very near the odd-looking, "camouflaged" water tower near Grossmont College.
As we were driving down the freeway on our way to "Hidden Canyon Hideaway," P.T.'s phone rang. It was Gobolts! He had two extra tickets for a musical, The Times They Are A-Changin', playing at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park.
"Would we like to go?," he asked. P.T. said "Yes," and we continued on our way, determined to find that difficult and elusive Multi cache before the appointed time to meet Gobolts! and his wife, Tigger's Mango.
The show was absolutely incredible. I hadn't been to a live theater performance in a long time and was very grateful for Gobolts! generosity.
After the show, we visited for a while until the low clouds rolled in, cooling the air. I was glad I had brought my fleece vest and my jacket with me. We finally said our goodbyes and headed back to the car parked on the other side of the San Diego Zoo Entrance.
There was one more cache, "Spamalicious," P.T. wanted to find before taking me back to my car. We found it at dusk and then saw there was one more cache on our way back to El Cajon.
My last cache found with P.T., until she returns sometime in the fall, was "Belly Timber II," another well-cammoed Barbados Sam creation.