Mineral Lake Resort
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... 1,000 years old. It was like an enchanted forest walk with a little stream running along the walkway. The trees stood so tall and blocked out a lot of the sunlight... it was almost spooky! We didn't walk the entire loop as we're pretty lazy and it was really cold in there!
We stopped for lunch one day in a wooden built restaurant in the middle of the forest and soaked up the beautiful autumn fall outside with the leaves on the trees turning that burnt orange ...
... as a non ringing endorsement.
We sat around the fire for a
while planning the next day eating and exploring. I was a party pooper
and headed across the road to my tent while the fire was still blazing. I
enjoyed a pretty good sleep even though I was on the ground. testament
to my new sleeping pad. It was a chilly night so I stayed deep into my
zero degree bag. Leaving only to set some beer free.
I think I
crawled out of bed around ...
... a young family with 9- or 10-year-old twin boys came noisily back to their camp next door. I'd assumed they were all asleep, since they had children. The boys yelled, threw rocks, and ran around as the parents made dinner and yelled at the kids to stop. About an hour later, I fell asleep to the lullabying ukelele at the camp opposite me.
... and investigate to find its just some locals riding their motorbikes in a track set up just off the main road,we again go up route 12 and towards Goat Rock Wilderness area in Gifford Pinchet national forest. .
We pass through this area into Wanatchee national forest and turn off towards Clear Lake where there is a Football and Fishing competition going on which appears to be a summer camp it is once again a lovely area with a Great Lake with people fishing from boats ...
... all we could think of was "This is the forest primeval..." The forests were deep and old and dark. Also, there was a lot of moss covering everything as this mountain gets a lot of rain. Along the road, there are lots of trail heads for hikers and at every trailhead, there was at least one car - lots of active people out here.