Congrats on finding your phone hd! Shocked no one stole it beforehand. Beautiful places there!
Except for when the people doing the trail are not fit enough to perform the loop, or else not equipped withe enough water. I agree on inaccuracies, I've seen trails off by more than two miles on a seven or eight mile loop, and leaves you wondering in the age of GPS what dipshit gauged the mileage!It says 7 miles but that is not accurate. I trust my Garmin it has 2 satellite receivers and predictive software if it loses signal. I always leave it set to high accuracy and it's always been spot on. My calibrated feet also backed up the garmin. At the marked 3.5 miles it lost over a quarter mile as very shortly later it had a marker for 4 miles. It's a new well defined trail with no user made cutoffs etc. I never left the trail. It continued to build on its inaccuracy to the point that is was .38 miles off by the end. Counting my walk to and from the car parked up top I went 7.38 miles so the loop was 6.62 miles. If they are going to err it's good to err short I suppose.
Looks like the water is up in the river. Beautiful country though.Today I was able to mark something off my list I have wanted to do for years. I rode 21 miles on the Katy trail. It was muddy and squishy due to all the rain but still a nice ride. Cool and cloudy is much better with all the humidity right next to the Missouri River. Lewis and Clack camped at a spot right by the trail so that was interesting as well. View attachment 281946 View attachment 281947 View attachment 281948
I'm glad you told me what it was, as looking at the picture I first thought it was a golf course.So I've gotten In short walks in the woods lately nothing really spectacular. Yesterday was a nature conservancy swamp walk. Today I made it someplace I've wanted to see for a few years now
The Toltec Indian mounds South of Little Rock.
Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park
490 Toltec Mounds Rd, Scott, AR 72142
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