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Friday, March 20, 2015

Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier

We had a bit of a change in our plans and ended up in the Davy Crockett National Forest. It was not so picturesque as our original planned locale but the lake did make it a nice view. It was also pretty quiet with few others in the area; so all in all not too bad/ And they had paved pretty smooth roads to ride our bikes on.

We snagged a nice spot, near enough to the bathhouse which is nice and a table. It was also one of the drier spots in the campground since there had been pretty substantial rains prior to our arrival. Many sites were still flooded and very muddy so we were thankful we found a somewhat dry and not so much mud in ours.

The mornings were usually foggy, but sunshine peeked through for a bit on most afternoons. It wasn't too hot and the bugs were not yet out, hallelujah. BUGS, specifically, those "no see ums" are evil and they were out in force in Grand Isle; hence our change of plans to go there. We will have to plan better and get there before it warms up and the bugs come out if we decide to make it back to that area in the future.

After a nice couple days though it was time to move on...seeya TEXAS, hello OKLAHOMA!

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