Horseshoe Canyon Ranch
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... 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 ...
... in Ponca take the keys to your vehicle and drive the vehicle to the take out point. Giving our keys to a stranger--not happening.
Elk Education Center
Information about the elk that were brought back to the Buffalo National River area.
Great displays as well as bird feeders.
Benches on porch to watch ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... and boots - adorable! They immediately hit it off and played together for over six hours. Everyone has been so friendly and so relaxed - it's been a wonderful clinic experience. In the morning, we played group games with the horses again. Travis and Bryce played quietly behind the auditors. There was a large rock outcropping and they developed their own planet - then Travis would watch the horses off and on when he ...