Returning in the early morning on a cooler day.
The hiking here is a little rough. Lightly-used trails marked a bit more sparsely than usual. Lots of knee-deep ferns, which hid obstacles and held lots of morning dew. I DNF'ed a couple of caches simply because the underbrush was too tough.
The trails were so lightly used, in fact, that many webs were spun right across the marked trail. I unfortunately barged right through a couple of these.
I found this meadow right about in the center of the island. Seems to be the site of an old residence.
Several very old White Oak trees.
I got a few more caches this time, but got tired & soaked with dew. I am starting to realize why people go caching more often in the winter.