It has become a tradition that we make a yearly geocaching road trip in the US. It's the fifth year in a row that we do so, but the first time we visit the Eastern part of the country – starting in Miami and ending in Boston. This year's trip brought us through 17 states and one Canadian province.
Yesterday we arrived in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, and as we had booked two nights here, we had all day today to explore this state. The first goal of the day was Aquidneck Island, where we found the oldest active cache in Rhode Island, Brenton Point, as well as a few other nice caches. We then headed back to the mainland and found a nice bunch of caches in john H. Chafee Nature Preserve. After having lunch at the SeaBee, we went geocaching along the Quonset bike path.
It was our intention to spend the rest of the day caching at the Big River Management area, but the mosquitoes there were simply too bloodthirsty... We therefore change our plans and headed for the Trestle Trail, where we had a nice evening walk.
This cache was found at 18:17.
Thanks for the cache and greetings from Denmark!