Horseshoe Canyon Ranch
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... attatched so if I do drop it in the water--it will float. It has passed the test a few times!
Fourth: I have a small, soft side ice chest I like to carry for lunch and drinks.
We left the house at 7:15 am and pick up DTR and left her house before 8:00am to meet our friend at the take out at Pruitt on the Buffalo River just outside of Jasper, AR.
We take highway 12 out of Rogers and drove through Hobbs State Park to Highway 412 on through ...
... garden. The spectacular view of the Ozark mountains is reason enough to stop here.
Continued the drive along scenic Hwy-7--curvy, no switchbacks; about 2-ft shoulder, several areas no shoulder, steep areas around Jasper. Hwy-16 east, white daises all along the roadside.
King's Bluff in the Pedestal Rocks recreation area.
Decision--do Pedestal or King's ...
Pull out along Hwy-43 to see if any elk were in the meadows. No luck; 6:00 was probably a little early in the ...
Only about an hour's drive south to Harrison on 65, which is a nice four-lane highway.
Harrison is a very busy town; larger than anticipated; lots of traffic; streets right up to the curb.
Harrison Village Campground RV Park
Owners are such a nice, helpful couple.
Gravel road and sites, which are very close to each ...
Day 1: 13.5 miles - 1400ft of elevation gain
Camped on Richason Mt.
Day 2: 15.5 miles - 2000ft of elevation gain
Camped on the "Old Railroad Bed" before Whiting Mt.
Day 3: 13.8 miles - 2000ft of elevation gain (Resupply at Cherry Bend)
Camped on Hare Mt.
2/14/14 (Valentine's Day!)
Day 4: 11 miles - 800ft of elevation gain
Camped at the coveted site in the Marinoni Wilderness ...