Saturday, December 3, 2011

Thanksgiving Geocache Hike

Every Thanksgiving weekend, after enjoying a wonderful dinner, it's become a tradition to go Geocaching with my wife's family in Ohio.  It's really a great way to spend some quality time with the family while enjoying the fresh air and great company.  This year we all went to Malabar Farm State Park, A working farm which also happens to be an Ohio state Park and a really neat place . Here's the link for more info I took a few pictures of the beautiful fall landscape as we walked some of the trails and thought I'd share them, here they are in no particular order .

A small creek

A tangle of downed trees

Beautiful blue November sky

Fall woods

Huge Beech Tree
Leaf filled creek

Rock Formation

We enjoy Geocaching, it's a great way to get outdoors, and if you have kids, it's a great way to get them involved in hiking and learning basic navigational skills while having a lot of fun. You don't need expensive GPS units, we use our cheap Garmin we bought for the car and it works great.  For more information on Geocaching and to look up geocaches in your area, check out . Thanks for taking a look at the pictures, I hope all your days outdoors are great one's.