This weekend my hubby and I logged a few miles of geocaching. And this happened to be the most artistic day on the trail I have ever experienced.
Whoever constructed this section of geocaches added a fun flair to this activity. From caches made to look like snakes slithering up trees(which yes, I spotted first),
to caches with goggly eyes that were hid behind small capes hung by wire bent art,
to log animal caches strategically hid.
I mentioned while hiking down the trail that maybe the deer hunter who put so much time and effort into this deer stand also had a hand in these geocaches. He did not think so, although, I still wonder if maybe it’s possible. Most deer stands are not nearly as nice and colorful as this one here in WI. Most look to be falling down and a hazard to climb up into. This was quite the sight to see deep in the wilderness.
We eventually came to a river crossing today and I was happy to see water still flowing and not much ice to be seen quite yet.
We have been experiencing gorgeous weather here in WI so far this winter. Of course, that is if you are not a snow lover, cause there is none on the ground and none in the near future. That, right there, is a reason to celebrate the season in my eyes!!!
As you can see, with sun in my eyes and mud on my boots, I absolutely loved hiking today with my best friend.
****In case your wondering why the blaze orange attire today…..here in WI it is deer hunting season. Better safe than sorry:)