Oct 22. We opted for a local national park for today’s assignment, displaying equipment and trees of the lumber history here. We have been here before, done a few tracks on the grass. Tippet is not familiar with the tree portion of the grounds. Bruce picked two trees, about 25′ apart and placed four hides within 5′ of an imaginary line drawn between the two trees. Exact locations were unknown to me, except I could see a part of one can in the duff. Ground cover is woodsy: needles and droppings from redwoods and a few other pines (not Douglas Fir). Rule is dogs on leash, so flexi-lead is on him here. I could not smell the small canned truffled q-tips, so he does not have much to work with, but it is enough.