Neil (nt) wrote,

Nose Hill

Rocks in the foreground; Rocky Mountains in the distant background.

It really felt like summer here this weekend, and it is starting to look like summer, too. We got up early this morning and went to Nose Hill for several hours. We hiked about 3 miles, found 8 geocaches and checked on the 2 caches I hid on the hill last year. They survived the winter nicely. There weren't many people on the hill today, except for a group of photographers with expensive gear that we encountered in a ravine. It must have been a class, or maybe some kind of club. They were photographing butterflies and bees. We also saw lots of wildflowers -- crocus, lupin, wild strawberry and others I couldn't identify.

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