Turkey Day Geocaching
Lolli's up north with her mom. Team Sagefox went to
northern California. Nothing left to do but
Most times I have looked for cache out in the vast wilderness but
this time I am headed right for the center of the beast!
Heading out HWY 20 I stop and take a picture of former Lake Mendocino.
This is looking down the boat launch ramp! The water is far and wee!
A couple of hours later I can tell I am getting close to civilization.
A burning van! Traffic at a complete stop in
the north bound lanes all the way back to Sacramento.
Zooming along on a viaduct near the edge of the city
I notice a VW repair place down below. I take the next off ramp
This is what I call, "Hiding in plain sight"!
I closed the drapes, put a DVD in my laptop, plugged
in my headphones, and enjoy "The Man Who Would Be King"!
What a beautiful Cemetery and what a load of
Since it is Thanksgiving Day there is no traffic and
parking is not a problem. Everyone is home cooking their
After a day of Geocaching in the city I decided to
camp in more secure area.
Up in the morning and off to find more cache.
There are a bunch hidden along the jogging trails and bike paths of
the American River.
One cache site introduced me to this venerable old
Oak, high on the river bluff, that is still hanging on with half of
its root system.
Three days of cache hunting and it is finally time
to head for home. I found a total of 23 cache.
Getting close to home I see a group of Elk.
Life is good.