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Travel Blogs from Jasper
... II mid (pair) - 28oz (not included in pack weight)
-Pants- Mt Hardware - 8oz (not included in pack weight)
-Shirt *base*- Patagonia - 1oz (not included in pack weight)
-Shirt *longsleeve mid*-Eddie Bauer Fleece - 4oz
-Jacket *external*- Arcteryx Hyllus Hoody - 21 oz
-Socks- OmniWool Med. 3 pair - 9 oz
Total - 3lb 1oz
**Cookware and Stove**
-Pot- MSR Titan Kettle - ...
... some crazy eyed locals who wanted their hands on our loaded packs.
Day 12: 21 miles (Bahahahaha.. just thinking about that mileage sets a deep ache into my feet)
This day was the most exciting of the entire trip. To make a long story short we got caught up in a 225 acre prescribed burn in the Tyler Bend area. Check out the photos! It was scary yet quite enjoyable.
GG this trip was a huge success! Now for the Pacific Crest Trail!
After the caves, we get back on the Scenic Seven Byway. This is a beautiful drive with a lot of great views. We see mountains, valleys, trees, and at towards the end we're almost raped by ghosts (or maybe we're just paranoid). Check out the pictures.
Ozark National Forest! Happy 4th!
We arrived in the Ozarks about mid day on the 4th of July. Totally forgetting everyone was on holiday our stop by the information station was less than fruitful and we drove down the winding scenic roads and enjoyed the view.
The Forest was clearly fully utilized as the ...
The La Quinta got us started on the right foot with a pretty great continental breakfast complete with fresh waffles and then we got on the road.
The weather was a lot cooler and it looked like it would rain for sure. We decided to see the Twin/Triple Falls just outside of Jasper. It took a couple hours to get there - poor planning on my part. Once in Jasper the directions wee vague: turn right at the boy scout camp sign, ...