|Barrel of glass outside the studio/store|
By this time, it was lunchtime, so I looked on Google Maps for a park in town, and we headed that direction. Before unloading the picnic supplies, I needed to go to the bathroom. I've gotta say, this might be the most disturbing bathroom I've been in, and I've used all manner of outhouses and squatty-potties. I'd RATHER have a squatty-potty, because this toilet, while VERY low (and very small), was just high enough to make squatting literally a pain in the butt (and thighs). There were two stalls, and this was actually the better one. Who PAINTS toilets, and then never comes back, leaving the paint, both on the seat and in the bowl, to peel? And seriously, it was about half the size, and half the height, of a normal toilet. That doesn't really come through int he photo. And water leaked from the handle when flushing. It was just all-around awesome.
|The toilet of DOOM|
We ate lunch, then hit the road again, and our next stop was the Quinalt rain forest area, a little nature walk.
|This was a little creek, plants floating "up" (in the photo), mosses hanging down above the creek.|
|Yep, another "panorama" of multiple photos stitched together. Couldn't really crop out the ragged edges of this one.|
The hint did give away that the cache container was made to look like part of the structure, so I was expecting a fake bolt (they make those, plus people make their own), but it was actually more clever than that. While I was looking for odd bolts that didn't belong, Nathan discovered it:
|Do you see the cache?|
|It's right there.|