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We where up at 5am so we could see the sunrise at the overlook and it was worth it. We don't have far to drive only 100 miles but have a number of stops of the way so guess what it takes ALL DAY. We get into camp at 8pm.
First stop was Natural Bridge, a 100ft sandstone formation. The stone archway was used as a ...
Our fishing guides arrived at 7:30 AM, which translated that we had to get up early. We all had to bundle up since the temperature was in the fifties-- brrrr--ordinarily not bad weather but it was chilly on the river! Jim & I fished with Kevin & Roger & JC fished with Lou. The first couple hours we caught trout after trout. Jim did his own casting but Kevin cast for me every time. Jim says that means I really didn't catch the ...
The day started with beautiful sunshine & the smell of bacon cooking. Roger, our host, & JC were frying eggs for us & had set the table with all the fruit we could eat. It was a delicious start to the day. After cleaning the kitchen, we packed 2 vehicles (Melinda has to return tomorrow so we needed to take an extra car), & headed east northeast to Rip's Retreat situated on the banks of the White River a few ...
The state park is good, lots of trees. The fishing near the dam is weak, but your campsite is right on the river. I saw no fish in 2 days of fishing. Only saw 2 small, less than 8 inch rainbows caught. If I fish it again, it will be from a boat. I think there are lots of fish in the river but you need a way to ...
... areas. 20 people on this tour; lots of elementary-aged children. Loved the story about bat poop being used for mascara and for black powder in the revolutionary war--shot the British with bat poop--ha, ha.
Both tours are excellent--Dripstone for the intricate beauty; Discovery for the massive areas.
Some of the stories and explanations ...