Soon after Christmas, Sweetieheart and I took the electric trail in North Richland Hills on a hunt for the caches located along the trail. A local elementary school had adopted the trail and decorated it for the holidays.

The sign on the cardinal tree.

Adoption Papers

One class had studied cardinals. They colored paper cardinals then strung their cardinals on a long length of twine. The twine was wrapped around the tree.

A tree covered in handmade, child-colored cardinals.

The Cardinal Tree

And deep in the cardinal tree, a cache was located.

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