I went north again, to do a ring near Thurning. On the bike, even though the ground was wet. The first dozen or so caches were on a track that had been thoroughly chewed up by horses (plus it was rather soggy), and it was a major effort to bike along it. But after the first dozen or so, the track improved, and by the time I was in the last dozen, I was on a very good surface, so I simply bowled along.
There wasn't any rain until I got back to the car, but it was very misty; visibility was about 100 yards.
Here's the 30,000th cache.
As you can see, it's a urine specimen bottle. There's probably a message there, but I'm not going to spell it out.
A total of 51 caches today. I'd meant to do 50, but you know? Just one more ...
To celebrate the 30,000th cache, I've ... set a cache, GC479ZA. It's an easy find (although a bit prickly) but there's a catch. You can only log it if you've found 30,000 caches. I can't log it, of course, but there's 38 people worldwide who could, and that number is growing all the time.