Jun 182007
 

Nathan and I went geocaching with Clan Saintseester this afternoon on Wade Mountain, and had a blast. There are some lovely Huntsville Land Trust trails there.

I spaced and forgot to take any people pictures, but I did get a shot of a toad having a rotten day:
We startled this young black racer, and he let go of his lunch and slinked off. The toad was obviously a bit disoriented, but looked like he might make it.

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  6 Responses to “Caching on Wade Mountain”

  1. Not clan, krewe.

    And I am glad you didn’t think to take people pictures as then the illusion the web has of me would be shattered; crushed to see me in my costco irregulars hiking garb.

  2. Je fais des excuses.

    I wrote Clan all over my geocaching logs too, so I hope a promise to remember in the future is satisfactory. 🙂

    Had fun. See you soon.

  3. We like to hike or ride our bicycles from Mountain Gap Road to the river…. soooo beautiful! You should join us sometime!

    Suzie

  4. Whoa! I couldn’t even see the froggy until I clicked on the image to enlarge it and then stared at it for about a minute. That is too cool. But poor snakey will prolly starve to death now.

  5. Suzie, I will, as soon as I’m not afraid for my bicycle to get on it again. That’s probably still 15 or 20 pounds away. Thanks for the invitation.

    Hedy, I felt a little bad for interrupting the, uh, “transaction.” We scared the snake and left him hungry, and for all I know, the toad was indeed impaired and we only delayed its death.

  6. That toad was stunned; he didn’t move when David poked at him. So I am hoping mr. snake came back to finish him off. You know, I just don’t feel right about wasting food with all the hunger – little snakes on Rainbow Mountain would be thrilled to have toad once in a while, you know.

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