Friday, March 30, 2012

Caching Critters, Otherwise Known as Blog Fodder!

Copyright 2012, CABS for Reflections From the Fence

I'm convinced, geo-caching is a great way to find blog fodder, just lookie the critters we found in one afternoon.

Below, next two photos, have NO idea what they are.  They were guarding a road, one on each side, facing each other.  They looked like they had been there for a bit of time, there was lichen growing on the surface.

Yea, really, how cool is he??

And, this one too:

One more, gotta say, this one had one ugly face, poor thing, hope his/her mother loved it.

And, mmmm, what???  Sony was zoomed a bit, mmm, columns??

Closer up, well, I'll be, cannot help but wonder, why, and how they got here, in the middle of rural Baldwin County Alabama??

Got bull??

Or, how bout, a huge and I do mean HUGE, spider: 

And, what is this??  A hiding dinosaur, two critters for the price of one.

Note:  Not saying if any of these critters were hiding caches, just that I found them while we were out driving to and from finding caches.  Wonder what else we can find??



TennLady said...

The first two pictures are the same thing and are a beaver.

Lisa Wallen Logsdon said...

Well, I gotta say, you find some of the strangest things Carol, LOL! I really like those first two. Thought they might be frogs but if they are they are a weird imagination of the critters!

Michelle Goodrum said...

Fun! Makes me want to try geo caching. You never know what all you will find along the way!

Jo Graham said...

No 2's got quite a cute grin, but the spider is horrifying! On the whole, I approve of the rural art that you found :-)

PalmsRV said...

Enjoyed the Baldwin County blog fodder, Carol!