The INN at DePauw & Event Center
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Took off from Sycamore Lodge at 7:00AM with a destination of Iowa City, Iowa to see Lisa, Dave, and granddaughter Izzie. The drive was uneventful with the exception of I-275 near Cincinnati, OH. There we experienced a 7 mile backup due to bridge work. I had a chance to catch up on my email.
Our plan was to "Boondoggle" on the way to our destination. Boondoggling is where we pull off the road and operate the RV in dry camping ...
The drive through Indiana was okay until we hit Indianapolis. Then the road went for a dump. They really need to do some road repair! Indiana is basically flat farm land with trees. It is pretty but can be a little boring. That is probably not fair to say, since the farmers here probably feed half of the east coast. It is a pretty uneventful drive and I get some of my knitting done. The boys are quite happy sleeping on my new chair! We took out one of the couches ...
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.
... to the car around 4:30 PM. We rested, dehydrated, ate, and then took off for the last four miles. Its amazing how much easier it is to hike without all that extra weight on your back. I think we finished out the final 4 miles in a hour. We had Mexican afterwards.
Day 1 States: 42,253 steps, 18.36 total miles, ~4,290 calories burned, and 192 flights of stairs ...
... and I started to have foot and knee issues. I later found that my hiking boots were ready to be retired, lack of tread and sole. We stopped for water at an unmarked creek and at lunch for approximately 30 minutes.
We decided to setup camp within the Yellowwood State Park campgrounds as the the grassy open area describe online by the Hoosier ...