Horseshoe Canyon Ranch
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... that person would sit in the back behind the oar guide on the raft tube. The back person statys dryer, but does not have as good a view and can get bumped out on bigger rapids, so hold on!
On our raft, there is a "chicken rope" along the outside of the raft to hold on to while in the raft and to grab on to if one would happen to fall out of the raft.
Usually, for a day tip, we travel pretty light.
First: We always have a PFD per person on ...
... 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 ...
... walk ever to a falls; flat path along a small stream.
Because of all the rain, the falls were picture perfect!
The drive getting here was another story--3-mile curvy, sometimes steep dirt road; thankful for 4-wheel drive.
Tip for getting here: On Hwy-74, there is a sign to the Orr Boy Scout Camp; the dirt road is ...
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 ...
... br> 2/15/14
Day 5: 12.5 miles - 2000ft of elevation gain
Camped just past mile marker 66
Day 6: 13 miles
Camped at Hignite Hollow
Day 7: 15 miles
Camped at Lick Creek - This campsite was easily the best campsite of the whole trip. Pristine pools of water flowed right by the campsite. We made camp with an hour of sunlight left. A campfire was made, and with it our spirits lifted.