Monday, July 23, 2007

Caching In...the woods

I normally don't work on the weekends, but I was at the site last Saturday when I received a call and discovered a fellow garden blogger was in the area. Here's Kylee's account of her visit and some pictures of the site.

I enjoyed showing the garden to Kylee; it was interesting to see the garden through her eyes. Sometimes all I see is what needs to be done--weeding, deadheading, redesigning. No matter what, though, I thoroughly love being there in the woods, along the water, in a garden.

I knew that there was one geocache at the site, as I talked to some geocachers last fall. I learned Saturday that there are two on the site. If this is your sport, don't look at the photos below because this cache is in a very distinctive place.
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Here's Kylee honing in on the cache. Notice how another geocacher is leaning on the bole of this tree.





















Here she is checking out the contents, and another view of the bole.

3 comments:

Kylee said...

The caching was definitely secondary to the whole experience!

I really love this place...

Carol said...

I really liked Kylee's post about the GSP gardens and memorial. I have to figure out when I can work in a visit!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

Anonymous said...

I found this same species of moth on a paddle trip down the Mullica River in Wharton State Forest NJ on 7/05/09