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 ...
... the Buffalo River Outfitters. Be sure to follow the signs all the way to Camp Orr Boy Scout Camp--no signs on road for the falls.
Low Gap Café (Hwy-74)
Great porch overlooking the mountains; lots of cute canoe decorations.
Burger & fries, fantastic; chicken fettuccini, very good.
Hummingbird pie ...
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 ...
Today was a full day. Travis and I woke up early and went down to the ranch house to take care of quince and have breakfast. Craig sat and did a one hour question and answer session under the huge oak tree again. Brady's parents told us that Brady's little 4-year old brother, Bryce, would be coming and spending the day with his grand-parents. Travis was so excited. Bryce was a miniature cowboy complete with cowboy ...