Checks more often than weekly continue to keep this doable, though there hasn't been a lot of caching activity around here, or the entire valley, lately. Come on folks, you can stay in your car until the last sixty feet or so.
Many reflectors are still covered by snow plowed over head high in some places but there are no intersections more complicated than a "T" so it's 50/50 at worst. Then you have the hints to make it foolproof day or night. Temporary reflectors are at most turns while the rest of them are slowly resurfacing on sunny and rainy days. Think spring! Redwings and cranes are just three weeks away.
Keep your eyes peeled for owl sightings at night; saw another one this past week. If you do track during the day you might see eagles resting in one of the trees along the course, or passing over as they travel between open waters at Neenah/Menasha and Kaukauna.
This entry was edited by The Old Man Returns on Saturday, 16 February 2013 at 14:44:49 UTC.