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Fairy Lake, MT

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Submitted by Daniel Shyles on June 6, 2014 - 9:03am

A photographic definition of serenity. I had been staying at Battle Ridge campground which offered some nice trails and sightseeing, ie views of the snowcapped mountains. But a grim history and its proximity to the roadway deemed it an unfulfilling camping experience as far as intrepid adventure goes. It is convenient for hopping into Bozeman, and has accommodations such as a few vault toilets, picnic table, and camp grill.

Hello Montana!

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Submitted by Rachel Herring on June 2, 2014 - 2:00pm

Pressing on towards Bozeman, MT we were near the Idaho and Montana border and needed a place to stay the night. It was National Forest territory so we got off at a promising exit and drove around on a gravel road. There was an amazing view of some snow covered mountains so we stopped and saw that there was a quasi-campsite basically on the side of the road.

Big Sur, CA

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Submitted by Daniel Shyles on March 29, 2014 - 6:44pm

Continuing up the coast we entered Los Padres National Forest, home to some of the largest trees in the world, the Redwood Sequoia. The coastline drive quickly gave way to cliffsides overlooking the Pacific Ocean as we entered "el país grande del sur” as it was once known to the first European settlers in 1770 led by Gaspar de Portolá who founded Monterey Bay, seventy miles north.

Kern River, CA

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Submitted by Daniel Shyles on March 27, 2014 - 10:12pm

After leaving Death Valley we headed south in order to go north because there are no roads that go through Sequoia National Forest which is right next door to Death Valley. We had no idea where we would be spending the night but we knew it should be nearby in Sequoia because we were tired of driving and wanted to have time to just chill.

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