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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Had some time between jobs today allowing me to search out a cache. I had to have some help from my daughter as I knew nothing about the subject of the cache, Bob, as in Sponge Bob square pants. With the info she supplied I was able to quickly find the cache. (GCX64A) Bob

Posted by Craig
Saturday, October 14, 2006

Molly and I went hiking in Deer Creek Canyon Park today. We found a Geocache (GCWFZ1) Laser. We also visited our Geocache "Homesteader Cache"  to check on its condition and the condition of the surrounding landscape. All was in good order. It was such a beautiful day we decided to continue hiking and hit a few trails we haven't hiked in a while. Total miles hiked; 8.5 Time spent with my dog hiking; Priceless

Posted by Craig
Thursday, October 12, 2006

With the sun setting earlier every night, our evening walks are ending in the dark in recent days. I don't mind this at all because we usually get to see some wildlife we don't normally see. This week we have seen several owls, not sure what kind exactly. We have also seen no less than 2 coyotes every night this week. Tonight, a coyote stopped to check us out not 20 Yd's away. Sorry no pics.

Posted by Craig
Sunday, October 1, 2006

Molly and I mapped 3 miles of a relocated portion of section 2 of the Colorado Trail today. The portion we hiked is near South Platte. We also hiked a old railroad grade that runs along the South Platte River. The fall colors were awesome. We found two benchmarks and three Geocaches. The Geocaches (GCKHK3) Quartz Quarry Cache, (GCKPQ8) WOITMON*, and (GCJWEV) Ghost Railroad at South Platte.

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