Horseshoe Canyon Ranch
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... sunnier, and dryer, but it ended up being a cool, cloudy, and misty kind of day. (Thus the rain gear--I also can use this for a layer of warmth).
With all the rain we have had, the banks of the river were green, lush, and jungle like. We also passed by some waterfalls. The river moved along pretty well with a bit of white water along the way to had some excitement.
Once we are at Erby, we were just less that half way se we still have a ways to go.
... 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 ...
... Wider sites are needed; stepping out of the rv right on a hill was difficult.
Visitor Center for brochures, self-guiding map of historic downtown, which isn't much.
Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Cafe
great breads milled and baked here. Loaf of Sour Cream Pecan ...
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 ...