Today I hauled Jamis down to the Otay River valley and rode it along some road with no name. I parked where the road with no name intersects with Heritage Road, near the water park entrance.
I rode east for three-some miles, and then back again, three-some miles, for total of six point six-one miles.
I found ten geocaches along the way, and didn't find three.
I saw this interesting round-ish building. I figured it was some sort of milking barn, for cows, you know.
I was wrong. Here's an article I discovered, "'Round' barn gave chicks a fighting chance". It was linked from this Otay Valley Regional Park page, which has some other very interesting articles about the area.
So here are several picture I took, with bike and without.
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With bike. Taken with camera.
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Without bike. Taken with phone.
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This cache had the added obstacle of...CACTUS!
See if you can spot the cache! The image is quite large so you can zoom in on it!
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The obligatory selfie. That is the toll road 125 bridge in the background.
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While signing the log at one cache a family in a truck with quads and motorcycles stopped for directions to an easier way out, rather than the way they had come, which I think was down Johnson Canyon. I'm a stranger here myself, but I think I was able to help them.
Afterwards I drove around to some other caches, mostly in the Skyline and Casa de Oro areas. I found five more, for a total of fifteen for the day.
Thanks for reading!