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Discussion in 'Photos' started by flingshot, Jul 8, 2009.
Yep. Dragons teeth. Seen them.
You know we have cuckoos here in the state too? Not sure what their range is but they're quite common here in the Shawnee National Forest. You hear them much more frequently than you see them. They have a Kack-kack-kack-kack call. They're about the size of a grackle with a long spotted tail, found in hardwood forest.
Always have enjoyed seeing and hearing them here.
Well played that man!
And a very nice photo to boot.
Never knew we had them in the US at all.
I will keep that in mind.
The AT at Jacob Lake, AZ in June 2018.
Murray-Sunset National park , Pheenys track , South Australia / Victoria Border line , Australia
Nice! Where's that?
The U.P. of MI.
Sucker river boondock site about 4 miles east of Grand Marais just off of H-58. fwiw there are 3 sites here that are right on the UPAT track/route.
That was the night before the rains hit.
I've never used tarps much until this. I need to improve pitch/drainage. It poured for a good 3 hours yet my fire never went out!
Campground along the Taylor River. Lodgepole, I think!
Several excellent campgrounds from Altmont CO to Taylor Park Reservoir near Cottonwood pass.
Have never camped there, but have stayed at the inn a couple times and hiked over to the “lake.”
The Kaibab Plateau and North Rim area are worthy of spending much more time in than we’ve been able to, in the past.
I make it a rule to be off the bike well before night but every now and then finding a camp spot at night is unavoidable. This night somewhere in Los Padres NF was an example. No moon and a sky obliterated by smoke. Good thing my setup was well prepped so a dark boondock 6 miles up a dirt road was not problem. Except for the bugs.
Prune Creek Campground - Big Horn Nat’l Forest, WY. June 17th, 2020. 38F - guess who didn’t bring any cold weather camping gear (it was in the 90s everywhere else I was that week!)
From a few years ago. Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Arkansas. Monsoon rain and lots of lightning later that night. Wind so strong it pulled tents stakes out. Totally miserable. Woke up to fog so thick, couldn't see but a few yards. Cut our camping short and found a motel.
and getting a motel room.
National Grasslands outside of the Badlands.
2 of them from the last trip.