Since I couldn’t get into the Belknap campgrounds I took the next best thing and camped at Coy Flat. This was about 5 miles from Belknap campgrounds and 2 1/2 miles from Camp Nelson. I told the host that I wanted to stay there at least 8 days but he told me I would have to make a reservation online. WHAT A DRAG!!! I had to go about 6 miles to a little general store/post office where they had a real intermittent WI-FI. I was lucky enough to stay online enough to put through the reservation. Now I would be staying there from 7/23 to 8/3.
As you can see the forest is much thicker here then in the other campgrounds I had stayed in. But the temperature was only about 80 and very pleasant. It was really nice sleeping weather. The canopy of the forest kept the heat in and it didn’t really start to get cold until about 4:00am.
The next day I hiked down to Camp Nelson and back (about 5 miles). The scenery was beautiful and I must have crossed the creek about 5 times.
This was my first campfire there. It was nice sitting in front of the campfire contemplating everything that occurred dury the day.
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Interesting comment by Sharon. Like me, she is years past the 2010 post date of this blog. I know I must seem like a freak posting this many comments in just the past hour but I do hope you take it as a compliment that I find your archives here wonderful and the pictures enlightening. As I said earlier I ran across the blog and was reading later years posts before I decided to find the RV “Begining.” And as I said, I too will have a beginning hopefully in the future. Anyway, sadly I kinda read some posts about where you are now or at least in the 2015 or so time frame and I know you have this really cute dog named Chica. Since that dog is not with you at the beginning of your journey I look forward to the post…when I get to it…when she comes about. Pictures are really, really nice…so beautiful…so tranquil. I will tell you I live in the Northeast and the picture with the bridge in the distance could be any country road in upstate Vermont, New Hampshire or Maine. The rest of the mountains…not the same type…but that picture looks like home. Ok…no more comments for today.