We just can't leave well enough alone. The Giant Man Child wanted to geocache for Father's Day. He is a little obsessed. So we ended up visiting 4 more state parks. We were minus one man from the wrecking crew as he was all parked out. We started our day at Rockport State Park. Wow, this is an amazing old growth forest. This is currently a day use park. There were lots of trails and huge trees. We ended up on going on a little hike.
|Giant Man Child studying the tree rings|
|Cache Retrieval at Rasar Park|
|Kevin and Charlie at Deception Pass Rosario Beach|
We visited back in 2007.
|Blast from the pass photo Rosario Beach 2007 - Me, Cody, and Charlie|
Lastly, we visited Bay View State Park. This cache didn't exactly take us to the scenic part of the park. Lets just say it was Honeypot related which I appreciated. It was really a unique cache however. There were plenty of muggles ignorant of our quest as we removed the cache just a few feet from them. I took no pictures here.
***I am reminded as we visit all these different state parks how diverse our state of Washington is geographically. I am also reminded why we should protect these places. The budget cuts have really shrunk our state park budget. It is a shame that we don't invest more into these parks. These places are true treasures.
We officially have 12 stamps in our Washington Centennial GeoTour Passport. I don't think that is too shabby.