Wright’s Field

29 12 2012

Wright’s Field is a nature preserve near our home. There are a number of caches there, and I thought today would be a good day to find a few – and maybe take some pictures.

I found this to be a rather interesting tree. That’s El Capitan in the background.


One of the caches was nestled snugly in the arms of a huge cactus plant. The cache is the mint tin behind the rock.


It took a bit of ingenuity to retrieve it. OK, I used a stick, but it was an ingenious stick.

Not ingenious enough to save me from the wrath of the cache’s protector, though. Ah, how the mighty have fallen.


I found some tracks that I think were made by a coyote.


I was unable, however, to identify the creature that left this track.


Four miles, a couple of hours, a few caches. The makings of a good day.




One response

25 01 2013
Frank Lombardo

You can prick your finger, but you can’t finger your prick…..

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