The INN at DePauw & Event Center
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Mitch and I left for Crooked Creek Parking parking lot, Yellowwood State Forest, after work to drop my car off at the end of the trail, well 2 miles shy of the end. We got to Morgan-Monroe State Forest around 8:00 PM and setup camp at the campground. We were the only campers that night and was fortunately the only night we had rain.
We got up at 7:15 AM today but got started around 8:30 AM. Today was the last day of our hike so our packs felt lighter and we didn't fill up our water bladders. We had figured, from the map, the car was 9 miles away and that we could drop pack at the car before finishing the last 4 miles.
We had a couple of 200-300 foot accents today, one as soon as we hit ...
We, Mitch didn't move from his sleeping bag until 7:30 AM, got up at 7:00 AM today but got a late start at around 8:45 AM. The weather was still a bit cold at 40
degrees. Mitch and I made breakfast and hit the trail with the sun and 15.86 miles to walk today.
We stopped about 4 miles in to sync up with Ryan. We had quite a bit of road/gravel road ...
... shelter was very nice and allowed us to dry off the tent from the night before. There was plenty of room for 8+ people but found ourselves being the only ones there that night. This was the only night we had a camp fire, about 4 hours worth. Pretty sweet setup.
Day 1 States: 39,218 steps, 17.01 total miles, ~4,099 calories burned, and 205 flights of stairs climbed
... over her leggings, three jugs of water in case we get stranded overnight, sun brimmed hat to protect from heatstroke, extra jacket in case the sun decides to set, 14 sandwiches and 5 candy bars to munch on in case we get lost for a week, and her camera with three additional lens attachments. Me, I grab my camera and golf hat.... good to go! Oh, the trail map too.
I have been here before, most likely around the summer of 1973 or 1974. Back ...