A little fun I had while testing out some recent clutch and transfer case repairs....
The monument says established 1900, and the last graves appear to be from the mid 1920s, so I guess whatever community used to live here didn't last very long.
Just more wandering through the woods.
The road is more of a gulley now.
End of the line for me. Hopped out to go look around the bend, it doesn't get any better, and I don't readily see a place to turn around ahead, so this is the place.
One of several campsites in the area.
I don't know if you can see them very well in the images, but this clearing has some posts in the ground arranged in triangles, with some chicken wire wrapped around them near the ground. I have no idea what this is for.
Oh, look! An unmarked trail! I wonder where it goes.....
Turtle in the road. Can't see him too well in the image because it's getting late, but he's the dark spot in the middle of the road near the bottom center of the image. He probably lives by the small lake nearby.
No turtles were injured in the making of these sequences. You can see him by the base of the tree on the right of this image:
I suspect that FS 637 is what used to be the old road through the area in the days B.C. (Before Cars).