Skywatch Friday – RiverParks Trails

We’ve been pretty busy getting ready for a house refresh, new floors, paint, and a few other things. Wednesday afternoon I had some time so I headed over to Tulsa’s RiverParks trails for some walking and geoaching. It is staying warm but the trees are starting to change color.

I went looking for a gadget geocache. A geocache that may be easy to find but difficult or tricky to open up and sign the paper log. If you don’t sign the log, then just spotting it doesn’t count for anything. This is one where I figured out the secret.

I figured it out and went walking to another one. It was really pretty.

Here is a view across the Arkansas River to Turkey Mountain. I spend a lot of time there.

Anyway, I had a great time on the river today.

I am linking with Skywatch Friday

21 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – RiverParks Trails

  1. Penelope Notes

    I think it was you who first introduced me to the term geocaching, although I’m still not sure of the ins and outs of this worldwide game, Sounds like fun especially when searching amid crunchy autumn leaves and beautiful rivers.

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  2. Eileen

    Hello,

    Looks like a beautiful day to be outside. Pretty views of the fall colors, trees and the river.

    Thanks for hosting. Take care, I wish you a happy day. Wishing you a great weekend!

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  3. Angie

    Alan – a sunny day in autumn is one of my favorites. I think the sun brings out the aroma of the fallen leaves. Well done with the gadget geocache!

    We are having a fabulous time in Yellowstone. High of 37 today and quite a bit of snow in parts! Thanks again for all the information.

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  4. Isabella Kramer

    Oh, what a fantastic riverside walk! I love this season and it’s glowing golden colors so much, everything is crispy.
    Whishing you a gorgeous weekend and don’t loose humor, take care of you and yours.

    isabella

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