This was the first time in a while that I've gone somewhere by myself, and since I was alone and having a really sub-standard flashlight, I decided NOT to venture into the tunnels that criss-cross these woods. After a while, all these walls and bunkers all start to look the same, and if you venture too far away from them, it's like they're not even there. You need an iron grip on your mind and senses if you plan on going here. You need to know what sounds are threatening and what are just deer.
This was also the first trip I've been on where I've seen... snakes. Yes, snakes. I was walking along one of those seven-foot tall walls and heard something skitter through the brush by my left foot and sure enough, there was a black snake about the length of my larm and thickness of a garden hose. He didnt bother me, and I didnt bother him.
I brought my metal detector with me, but didnt use it and it just ended up getting caught on low-hanging branches since it jutts like a foot out of my backpack. I felt a large piece of concrete over one of these tunnels move when I stepped on it, so yeah I took another route when I went back that way.
It's kinda funny, with the route I take to this place, how strenous a hike it is... all the graffitti there is. You figure that most bastards who spray-paint shit everywhere wouldnt waste their time walking 3 miles deep into the woods, right?
It's a great place to go if you have the lighting and the nerve to go there.
I took a whole mess of pics of the places I went to today, leme know whatcha think.