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Denali National Park, Alaska We traveled to Alaska for a family reunion type of vacation this last August, and on our way to Denali, we stayed in these small one room cabins right outside the park. Naturally, I wanted to go explore. I came across this little pond and had to snap a photo. It was easily one of the most serene, and peaceful places I've been. The soft, tundra laden ground felt amazing to walk across, and it just felt "right" to cast my line in to see what I could catch... The mega mosquitoes didn't waste their time in finding me, and biting through my clothes, so I didn't stick around too long.
Granny's Cabin, Buffalo Wilderness Area This cabin was lived in by Granny Henderson until 1976 when the US Forest Service kicked her out to designate this as a wilderness area. Roughly 1.5 miles past this is Hemmed In Hollow which is the largest waterfall between the Rockies and Appalachian Mountains. Truly an incredible place...
Otter Hole campsite, King's River AR A group of friend's and I floated the King's River, near Eureka Springs, AR. This campsite was a much needed rest from a day of being in the sun, and the sunset was absolutely incredible. Add the view of the stars later that night without any light pollution and you've pretty much got a perfect campsite.