I was more successful getting things for Round 2 on my first try at the scavenger hunt.
Another cyclist: Mom and son circling the labyrinth in Quarry Park while waiting for some others to come along. This is the site of the quarry, and the labyrinth is made from leftover rocks. Somewhat granitic.
Tire swing: I had to make a second trip to this swing near my house because a bunch of preschoolers were using it. They don’t make tires like they used to. This one was torn and taped and pretty beat up.
Something rusty: I couldn’t decide, so here are a few rusty things. Good thing I decided not to ride into the iron monger’s yard. First are a few old crab pots, and the other shot shows some ex-pilings.
Motor Homes right along/above the Coastal Trail that runs along Half Moon Bay.
School bus: or was. I told the owner I thought it was pretty cool. He said, “I like it when people tell me that because I did it myself.” I could tell that somehow. This was at a parking lot for one of the beaches.
Chain: it’s holding up the sign for Colin Tiura & Daughters Excavation and Earthmoving Specialists. Nice sign materials. Musta been a Cadillac or something.
Cell Tower: Hanging around Princeton-by-the-Sea.
Floating object: well, lots of them, at Princeton Harbor. It’s a working fishing fleet. I coulda brought home some fresh black cod for dinner if I’d had any cash on me.
Broken window: Back in Quarry Park, this little shed is at the start of the trail. I don’t know what it was used for.
Feather: I rode on Vista Trail in Quarry Park which had a nice view through a forest of eucalyptus of Half Moon Bay. This feather was stuck on the back of the bench. On closer inspection it’s an owl feather, probably a Great Horned owl, which I heard the other evening when I was there.