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... at miles and miles of logs and dried mud
for only so long before it seems cooler to be driving off to somewhere else. So we piled into the car and
drove three hours to the Johnston observatory. It is literally just 4 miles from the previous vantage point but over roads, it is roughly 135.06 miles away. It is a
nice observatory but then again you're still just looking at miles and miles
of dried mud from a different angle. The mountain was letting off ...
... actually that all makes it much better.
Anyhow, our site was great and we hunkered down for the evening in the pouring rain after planning. We were so happy to be in our warm, dry Scamp and out of the wet rain. Luckily, the temperatures stayed close to 50 for our entire stay. We spent a full day driving around the park. There are only two main roads so it was not difficult to cover the whole drive in one day. I have to start by ...
... well for cramming myself into the back of the car.
I still woke up around 5 though. Again not much to do but check my gear, strap on my pack and head out. I really couldn’t take my time at the trailhead because the mosquitos were waking up and wanted some breakfast too. I was the only person at the trailhead when I started out around 6am.
As previously blogged, I am really not all that much of an outdoor guy, when it comes to being motivated to get out into ...
2:00 AM! One of the twins was screaming bloody murder from inside the tent. The other was screaming "LET ME OOUUUUUUUUT!!!" at the same time! "THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE!!" yelled the dad. You better believe I spent the next couple of hours composing informative letters to those parents.
Morning was a new world of peaceful birdsong and gentle rustling of breakfasting campers. Flappy morning mountain face for me as I enjoyed a cup of coffee under the pines.
... bridge which is fun to cross over the Laughingwater creek on,the trail carries on through dense forest and we observe various fungi on the damp tree trunks we take pictures of the enormous trees,standing and fallen and me crouching inside the rotted away inside of one.On the return we take photos from the suspension bridge and we walk down to a riverside opening and watch the river we return back to the car and drive further up towards Sunrise and stop at a frozen lake called ...