We were hoping to stay at a National Forest campground that had been very high on our list for some years. It doesn't have hookups for power or water, so we were going to depend on our on-board water tank and our 2000-watt Honda generator. We actually love those kinds of campgrounds because they are generally a lot less crowded. However, all National Park and National Forest campgrounds are locked up tight because of our crazed right wing office holders in the House of Representatives. Maybe they'll relent in time for me to book campsites, but I rather doubt it. The neo-Fascist group we now have to deal with in Congress are a virulently hateful and destructive bunch of scum.
We might still go somewhere. We're not sure.
|Pisgah National Forest. Can't go camping there.|
|Waterfall in a National Forest. I could possible hike in, but Carole can't go because she doesn't hike.|
|In Pisgah National Forest. Nope. Can't go there.|
|Can't go here. National Forest site.|
|This is in a state park. We could go there, but we visited it recently.|
|Definitely can't go here, because it's administered by the National Forest.|