Well, look at you, you pretty red thing! On a certain level, you’re kind of plain, but the striking dome gives you just that little je ne sais quois. Also kudos on the extension that blends in quite nicely. Blaine County, unlike Caddo before, is a little more cache rich so I thought finding a cache should be a little easier.
So, I know it might be difficult to spot, but do you think you can find the cache? Simple and to the point. I did what need to be done and was quickly off again for…
…a quick literary detour. If you’ve been keeping count (don’t worry, nobody has), this is entry 600. I always seem to say this, but I can’t believe it’s gotten this far. If you had told me all that time ago that I would still be doing this and that anybody would be reading it, I would have laughed. But I am and you are and I am thankful that I can give you all something brings a bit of distraction, especially in times such as these. And I certainly get a certain joy out of both the writing and the traveling. My point here (and I do have one) is thanks for reading my ramblings and I’ll endeavor to keep at it for another hundred or three or more. And if/when I hit a thousand, I hope to have some extra special, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get there (and you know how I feel about bridges). But in the meantime, we’ll continue on, day in and day out, as best we can, in this case continuing on to…
4 thoughts on “431. Watonga, Blaine County (OK25)”
Oh I love reading your blog so much. It’s given me something to look forward to as my own geocaching travels are hampered by the weather and responsibilities.
Winter will soon be over! I’m hoping my next roadtrip will be north where it’s cooler. I really hope summer lets me go somewhere that snow prevents me from going now!
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Keep them coming. I love reading them, from Australia, looking forward to seeing how you are coping with the Covid situation over there.
Howdy Mr.M! Happy Groundhog’s day and be safe out there!!!!