The Bridges of Greene
4X4 ICON 2000 - 2008 The DVD!
I had some time so decided to retrace
the trip Mike and I made in
July, giving Ted a chance to log the caches we found and for me
to cover the part of the route we missed. I loaded the GPS
with the same route and we headed out.
weather was perfect for being outside. We had a nice ride up
to the first cache.
GCW33J King Bridge
found the cache and signed the log. I logged the Crossfire
GCW33G (DNF) Wood Bridge
continued to Wood Bridge. As before, we were unable to
find the cache. Since others have found it since my last
visit, it is certainly there - we just didn't figure it out!
The spider on the sign was huge and provided some interest...
last time I came I screwed up and failed to cross the bridge and
follow my route to the next bridge. This time I corrected
that, though it was not without consequence. The road
between Wood Bridge and the next stop was unpaved and steep.
This is not exactly the kind of road for the Crossfire. So
we took it slow and eventually reached the next stop without
GCW33D Shriver Bridge
This was a pretty spot. We stopped and Ted found the
cache. We signed the log and moved on.
GCW33C Scott Bridge
Next we went up to Scott Bridge.
We visited Scott
Bridge site on our trip around the Bridge cache series. The
bridge is dismantled and the span is under construction. We did
not seek the cache thinking it may be displaced.
GC11R5X Log Courthouse
I took Ted to the Log Courthouse so he
could log the cache. He found it after a few minutes
looking around. I logged the Crossfire travel bug.
GC11RC8 (DNF) Think Tank
We drove around the corner to Think Tank.
We looked long and hard at the Tank - even climbing up (no signs
to the contrary) and still I could not find the cache...
Cox Lippincott Farm Bridge
From there we drove up to the next bridge. This one
rewarded us with a find. The afternoon was really
beautiful and this spot was no exception.
GCW33R (DNF) Carmichaels Bridge
stopped at Fox Pizza Den in Carmichael to have something to eat
and then went down to the next bridge. The cache I found
last time had been replaced with a micro, but I didn't know this
until after I returned home. We did not find the micro.
time it was nearly dark, so we set a course for home, stopped on the
way to pick up some groceries and then called it a wonderful day!
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