It's not often that a wrong turn elicits a deer sighting...and one at a 10-yard-distance, at that. And clearly it was an urban deer, very accustomed to onlookers, in that it barely flinched as 4 people went traipsing by.
So started our tenth Park Quest at Montgomery County, Maryland's Seneca Creek Park Quest. I was particularly excited by the GPS/caching aspect of this Park Quest, but a low battery and a booklet of information showed us that we didn't really need the GPS (tho it would have been cool in the novelty of it all). In total, it was a good investigation of invasive plants, not to mention a decent hike, which lead us to each of the caches, the 20-food Seneca Creek invader, and the ultimate keys to the kingdom.Another good day outdoors...low humidity making it even better...Maryland Park Quest--kudos!
To learn more, go to http://www.dnr.maryland.gov/parkquest/seneca.asp or click the title above.
Pictures from my camera this 6th day o'August.
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