455. Claremore, Rogers County (OK49)

Holy crap! Once again, Oklahoma, you have some of the most interesting courthouses. This is fairly impressive for a town of 18,000-ish. Sure, it’s more modern, but it’s not heritage they’re trying to emulate here, I think. It’s power. And for a town of this size, it succeeds in its aim.

The cache was equally impressive. Look at that! That is a solidly constructed cache, folks. Of course, I would expect no less from Boy Scouts. Had a little trouble with the lock, though. I haven’t opened one of these since I was in high school and that was a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Locker opening memories eventually returned and I remembered how it all worked. Not only do I like the construction, but it’s giving me ideas on building one myself. I even awarded it one of my stingily hoarded favorite points. With that, my work here was done. I haven’t decided to make night caching a thing because I’m in love with it or anything. I’m still as wary of it as I was when I started two and a half years ago (well, obviously less wary now than I was then), but these are dead hours for me from a caching perspective, so anything I can get done at night means more that I can get done on each trip, and since most places have an LPC, it’s no problem to lift a skirt in the middle of the night then get on my way. If I find something more interesting that doesn’t get me trouble, even better. Efficiency and productivity were my watchwords as I drove into the Oklahoma night, bound for…

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