A visit to Hueston Woods

With it being such a beautiful day yesterday, Dee, Kenzie and I headed up to Hueston Woods to do a bit of hiking and try to grab a few geocaches.  We found GC2J9N1, Hail to Tom n JT (and Family) without much trouble, but the other two we looked for weren’t quite as cooperative.

We did enjoy the beautiful trails and captured a few images and some video while we were at it.

Here’s a gallery of images:

 

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And a few minutes of trail video:

GCPMV2 Over the Bridge

While in the Dayton, TN area visiting my daughter at school, one of the sites we visited was the Laurel Falls Pocket Wilderness for some geocaching and hiking.  You can read more information on this geocache at the geocaching.com listing:  GCPMV2 Over the Bridge.   You can also see more images in my post on the Laurel Snow Pocket Wilderness.  Here’s some pictures of the area around the cache:

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GC14T2M Laurel Falls Earthcache

While in the Dayton, TN area visiting my daughter at school, one of the sites we visited was the Laurel Falls Earthcache.  For the uninitiated, an Earthcache is a Geocache without a container.  Its intended to be a point of interest, generally with some significance to the Earth.  I’ve also seen these referred to as “Waymarks” or “Waymarking”.  As a type of geocache, logging an earthcache generally requires answering some questions to prove you were there, and perhaps also providing a picture.  You can read more information on the earthcache at the geocaching.com listing: GC14T2M Laurel Falls Earthcache.  You can also see more images in my post on the Laurel Snow Pocket Wilderness.  Here’s some pictures of the area around the earthcache:

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