Travel Blogs from Harrison
... games. We then drove to the "Historic District". Beautiful scenery surrounded the White River but the 'historic' part left a lot to be desired. It was really an outdoor strip mall with many contemporary stores. Steve and the kids enjoyed go-karting to end the evening. Tomorrow (7/10) Will turns 15 and we're headed to St. Louis to see a Cardinals game. Happy Birthday Will! ...
... lots of mini golf and various entertainment shows. Thankfully, our campground was on the edge of town and we managed to avoid all the junk! Rain threatened just as we were setting up camp, but, thankfully, it avoided us. Dinner on the grill (beef kabobs), a new Shiner beer for Grant, a glass of wine for Bonnie, and some time reading ended the day about as perfect as possible! Trip Summary 1007 miles driven 21:03 in the car 7.5 miles on the trail 5 NPS sites visited 1 ...
Nevertheless when you're within the thick than it, not any of that particular troubles. It really is a completely productive advancement from the twitch shot, extending its range both up and in an outward direction along with increasing the size of its toolset. The genre's concentrate on quick, responsive motion gets to bold new altitudes, also, letting you chain walls goes and double jumps in to the sky just ...
... Cup- MSR Titan Cup - 1.5oz
-Spoon- Sea to Summit Spork - 1oz
-Stove- MSR Pocket Rocket - 3oz
-Fuel- MSR 8oz Isopro Fuel - 12oz (full)
Total - 1lb 5oz
-Pack- Osprey Variant 52 (trimmed) - 48 oz
-Water Filter- MSR Gravity Flow - 10.5oz
-Trekking Poles- Black Diamond Trail Back (pair) - 20oz (not included in pack weight)
-Toilet treats- ...
... br> 2/15/14
Day 5: 12.5 miles - 2000ft of elevation gain
Camped just past mile marker 66
Day 6: 13 miles
Camped at Hignite Hollow
Day 7: 15 miles
Camped at Lick Creek - This campsite was easily the best campsite of the whole trip. Pristine pools of water flowed right by the campsite. We made camp with an hour of sunlight left. A campfire was made, and with it our spirits lifted.