|The New Credit River|
Anyways, unlike yesterday, today's weather was perfect for letterboxing. It was just gorgeous and almost no humidity. I like. First, I got out to make a quick stop to get Fokker Dr I, planted by Fiddleheads but carved by Kirbert. An older of Kirbert's carves and nice to see how he's developed as a carver since 2007.
I then hit up Lone R's My Sister's Viewpoint. My spidey-senses were tingling as I found this box and sure enough there had been a geocacher there just before me who had logged in...
|The windfarm at the Motorcycle Harley Davidson letterbox|
Next, out to get up close and personal with a windmill for the Motorcycle Harley Davidson letterbox by whaletail. I know there are a lot of people who dislike windmills because they flicker and make noise, but being that close to one... Cars driving past me made way more noise than this thing. I don't get it.
|Favourite letterbox of the day: Hockley Valley HH Chalet|
|How not to hide a letterbox|
I headed in to see about snagging one of the Celtic Animals Series letterboxes - I didn't have the time nor footwear nor company to be doing a 5km hike alone to do all three. But I'm glad I stopped in as the first box was found as you see in the picture above. I suspect a critter pulled that tree apart, exposing the box, so I covered it with some rocks to protect it for the next finder. C'mon, the racoons just want to letterbox, too!
|Nuisance beaver [snicker]|
|What is a day letterboxing in Ontario if you don't see the Bruce?|
So, finished for the day, I headed down to my car and stopped in at the river instead to give my tootsies a rest in some cold water. And maybe balanced some stones.
|I did this. I can understand why it's addictive.|