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Eat, sleep, and enjoy the view. It's the perfect life. Who wouldn't want a life like this. You wake up in the morning and right after breakfast you check if the water is warm enough for a dip.
We took a hike back to Head Lake the next afternoon to see what's around it.
It was a perfect day for a hike and for a clear view of the lake and the skyline.
It was the same day we wished we didn't have to leave... we left at 10am the next day.
(1) On the way to our third site, I just couldn't resist to take a photograph of this trail sign. Why? Because we got eaten alive the whole time.
Early June to late July I guess, is not really a good time for camping. I was surprise I still got blood left after this trip.
(3) 3pm. Provoking Lake East, our last and final camp. It's a good size site and it's fairly close to trail.
It rained quite hard on our last day I couldn't take anymore pictures... and I wet my map. But you think mosquitoes stopped eating us? Think again.
It was just too bad that the rain stopped pouring after we've reach the end of our journey. But I guess it was a perfect time to dry our stuff before we head home.