Probably the more interesting cache was this little guy, what we call a nano in the trade. I needed the tweezers to snag it, then I needed the tweezers again to get the tiny little log sheet out. I also needed the hint, or I would never have persevered enough to spot it in there! Don't be fooled by the size of them tweezers, they are
View to the west-ish from the nano spot. That's the toll road 125 South.
View to the east-ish from the nano spot. Approximately at 32.604289, -116.948943
I don't know what this cement thing was for, but I felt it should be recorded for posterity. It was a few feet away from the cow watering trough.
The water regulator for a watering trough that cows used, back when there were cows here. I guess.
The whole trough. The toll road 125 in the background left. Wait, is that a bone??
Why, yes, it is a bone! Yikes!
Walked about five miles today, I am told, and found all seventeen caches I looked for. Eventually, as one of them took about an hour to finally locate, and another took probably a half-hour. Both of them were in giant bushes. Bushes!! I hate bush-hides! At least there weren't any rock-hides. I hate them even more!