Fairfield Inn & Suites Richfield
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In Fillmore we went to visit fishlake National Forest. It is a vast area with wildlife such as elk and wolves. The vegetation is mostly pine needle trees, and has many streams of water. For free Lodging I decided to drive into the middle of the forest and sleep in the car.
... bike shop and unloaded then went to the nearest motel.
sorted ken out for his trouble and checked in.
dam strange place this town. we went to "wingers" a nearby dinner. asked for a couple of beers, waitress could not serve them as she was under 21, then Justin Beber came over and took the beer order, then the manager came over and explained we could not have beer till we had ordered ...
... at Little Wild Horse Canyon & got a a map for canyon hike.
Drove another 5 miles to trail head's parking lot (restrooms there also). Chatted with a couple guys in parking lot who were also setting out to hike - they were from the Bronx. About a 1/2 mile down trail, have to scramble over a short, rocky cliff-type area - then hiked right into Little Wild Horse Canyon - a fantastic slot canyon experience. So cool... narrowest area spans just ...
... to an interstate road but when we got there short of cutting a fence down we could not get on. Bill had a another fit and after saying "I can't do this, I can't do this. There is 29 miles of this **** before we can bail out" he rode off at big speed that worried me. Fortunately 1.2 miles later was the junction, not 29.
I don't care who says it but I dare anyone to say this bit was easy.
Black Dragon Canyon and ...
... were in luck as we curved around a bend at the foot of yet another mountain, there was a recreation area pull-in. When we first arrived, there were a couple and a dog by the small lake; fishing and picnicking but within 10 minutes they packed up and left us in solitary splendour. There were a couple of picnic tables under the shade of the some trees and the familiar trail maps marking where we were and where the trails went and how ...