Recent online log entries from several King County Parks caches:
"If you haven't done this tour you should! It has been great fun, and we have seen so many great places that we would never have gone. I would encourage each and every one of you to 'get out and tour.' "
Rock Creek Natural Area
"Another in this fun series for us. Thanks for bringing us to this very cool place. Thanks for the stamp and the smiley."
Cedar River Trail
"Thanks for a nice walk on an awesome trail."
Spring Lake-Lake Desire
"WOW, after two days of adventures, this proved to be quite the workout, especially Pinnacle Peak that was quite a climb. WOOHOO! last one of the Geo Tour. Took us two complete days of traveling/caching to complete the 20 cache string in the King County Park system. Good job and a very much thanks to King County Parks for putting these out."
Ring Hill Forest
"First find in the KingCo Geo Tour series. Great day to discover this excellent Park. The woodworking is of particular interest, always enjoy Park art."
Snoqualmie Valley Trail Tokul Creek Trestle
"What a great area to rest, enjoy the beauty of nature, and just think. What would you come here to "think" about?"
"The Sun was out, but it was chilly this morning. Really enjoyed the variety of trails in this Park. Watched a lone cowboy exercise his quarter horse. Thank you so much King Co Parks Dept for the Geo Tour!"
Island Center Forest Borrow Pit (Vashon Island)
"This cache was the last one on the GeoTour for me when I found it on 11/10/2012. I recently had the passport, map, and coin framed. I like how it turned out."
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You’ll see autumn leaves, beautiful vistas and thriving wetlands. You’re also likely to see spawning salmon, song birds, hawks, bald eagles, deer and possibly elk.