Postcards From The Road! (Post Yours Please!)

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Old School's Comment
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I get out of my truck regularly and explore on foot for both the pleasure of it and the minimal exercise that walking provides. I often am surprised by the things I discover. Occasionally I'll find a fun restaurant or a sports club. One morning, in Fort Payne Alabama, I came upon this wild Morning Glory blossom. The way the morning sun was hitting it caused it to appear to have it's own luminescence.

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Palatine, IL

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Turtle's Comment
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So what was your found treasure?

As in most geocaches, the real treasure is in the search. Often the cache itself is no more than a simple log sheet on which to sign your name. The journey to find the cache however, brings you to some very interesting and beautiful places.

Turtle's Comment
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Dawn over Phoenix

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Rob D.'s Comment
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Turtle,

You've posted a number of sunrise and sunset photos, so I though you might like the one below.

I took it a couple of years ago hunting.

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PackRat's Comment
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Turtle,

You've posted a number of sunrise and sunset photos, so I though you might like the one below.

I took it a couple of years ago hunting.

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Bottom right almost looks like an angel figure. I was going to guess you were around an old cemetery until I enlarged that great photo.

Rob D.'s Comment
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Another one from when I worked downtown:

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Rob D.'s Comment
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Bottom right almost looks like an angel figure. I was going to guess you were around an old cemetery until I enlarged that great photo.

Packrat,

That is actually the top of the dead fallen tree on which I was sitting.

That's one of the things I love about hunting. After you settle in about an hour before sunrise, the birds, squirrels, and sunrise fill in around you as if you are not there. Occasionally, I'll get a second look from a squirrel, noticing something out of place, but otherwise nature just follows its morning routine.

PackRat's Comment
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Agreed. I’ve hunted all over NA for more than 50 years. Not as much since driving, though.

G-Town's Comment
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These are really great images.

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