From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
It’s been a quiet, pleasant three nights at the Foote Access Area along the Platte River just north of Saratoga, Wyo. Mature cottonwood trees provide ample shade and a safe haven for all manner of critters. Twice I catch deer walking through camp, nibbling at grass still green beneath the leafy boughs. Two of three evenings I hear owls hooting shortly after sunset.
All three days, a camper comes in late in the afternoon, and leaves early the next morning. I have the campground to myself the rest of the time. I sit out and read my Kindle, poke about on my computer, watch the chipmunks and birds, and generally have a good time.
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