So here we go with part two of our camping trip.
After setting up camp we walked up to the waterfall (pictures tomorrow) and looked around for the geocache that is near there, but I couldn’t find last time we were here. The last time, Matt had given up and wanted to go back to camp, and I got tired of searching by myself. This time, we both looked together and found it.
The gps on the phone didn’t work near the falls because we didn’t have service on Matt’s phone. We just went by the hint that we remembered from the last time. “How could a tree grow there?”
Which if you look around here, you wonder how a lot of these trees are growing there.
Eventually we found it though.
You have to excuse my hair. It’s naturally curly and with it getting wet in the rain, it’s uncontrollable.
And then on Monday morning after breakfast and packing everything up, we went for a walk down by the petroglyphs (I’ll have to look for a pic) and checked in on the other geocache in the area and the first one we ever found. The camera was all full, so hopefully the owner will stop by soon and get it developed.
And of course, Matt, handsome as always.
And, finally, as promised, something strange I saw while setting up camp so we went to check it out.
I wanted to rescue it from the tree and take it home, (I have a habit of feeling sorry for inanimate objects, especially old abandoned houses) but Matt didn’t know if he would be able to get a sticker for it. He’s going to check it out and maybe go back for it. Who knows from how far upstream it came. Maybe we could find out who’s it is by the numbers? I don’t know how that works.