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Travel Blogs from Ponca
... 17 miles! (Biggest mile day so far! Woo!)
Camped on the west crossing of Hurricane Creek - The tent area was all SAND! Pleasing to the feet but I still have sand in my tent and I am sure it will never leave.
Day 9: 14 miles
Camped on Fairview. A thunderstorm was rolling in and we were camping at probably the worst spot on the entire trail to weather a storm. With an elevation of over 2000ft, wind just rips through the hill top. There ...
... and on the corner..we found this quaint little diner (deli and bakery)
We arrived on a sunday afternoon and the crowd was in the square (motorcycles) and the weather was so nice..sunny and just ...
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.
... it is. Everything from camping, fishing, hunting, boating, hiking and caving to farming, logging, and research was taking place all over the forest. Even though it hadn't rained in months the Forest was still used for water filtering and storage. On our short drive it was very interesting to see so many different areas of use covered in one forest.
As the sun fell and the shadows grew ...
... part of the trip. Once we'd had time to take it all in we decided it was time to make the treacherous trip back up the dirt road to town.
When we arrived back in Jasper we stopped for Pizza at the Ozark Cafe. The cafe has been in operation for 100+ years and is decorated in historical memorabilia. The pizza was great. After dinner we decided it was time to head home.
We made it back to Wichita Falls by 10:00 pm.