Some new maps of my Found and Hidden caches
This time we found a number of "urban/suburban" caches. I revisited some I found a couple of years ago. It was good to see that these little caches were still in place, and still "doing their jobs" after a couple of years. I found a total of 13 caches and had three DNFs. One of those was hidden where there was no legal parking. I don't know what cache hiders are thinking when they do that . . .
The sky was extraordinarily clear when we hiked to a couple of caches above a new housing development where the homes have million-dollar views.
After logging my finds and moving those caches to my Found database in GSAK, I created a .gpx file I uploaded to the ".gpx Maptool" on the Keen People site. I produced this map with lots of magenta "pearls" all over San Diego County.
I also updated my Placed map which now includes my third Terracache, the one I placed on the top of Twin Peaks in Poway and the first Waypoint for my "San Diego "Historic" Cache Adventure -- V.2.0," a cache that has only been found twice, the second time just today, by FlagMan. There are still a few other cachers working on this challenge.