We stopped at a farmstand on 78 on our way towards Olcott. We were getting hungry and it was getting close to noon, so we had a picnic lunch at KRULL PARK at Olcott Beach before heading west towards Wilson.
We found our first geocache outside a historical building and ran into Peggy's friend Ursula. Then we went to the Wilson Historical Society. It was closed, but we looked for a geocache and I took several pictures. I would like to go into this old schoolhouse someday.
I had read online about a huge fossil of a turtle at Erway's Tree Farm, but their was nothing going on there when we arrived and we could not find it. We did see a couple of animals there!
The highlight of the day was hiking a trail at the WILSON-TUSCORORA STATE PARK and finding a geocache. The trails are very well maintained, but not very well marked. After Wilson, we got back on 18 and headed towards Youngstown where we found two more geocaches near a couple of public docks. Our total for the day was FIVE finds, but there were a few we were unable to locate.
On the way home we stopped at a restaurant south of Ransomville. Our meals were very good.