I took a walk around the area I'm camping at in 11 mile state Park and took a few pictures. There's actually about 10 camping areas on both sides of 11 mile reservoir and there's a little something for everyone. If you have a motorhome there are big pull thrus with electric hookups and if you have a tent there's plenty of spots for you also. The camping areas on my side of the reservoir are more popular and are usually more crowded. But if you want to get away from folks you can go to the other side of the reservoir and the camping areas over there are smaller, a lot less crowded, and often right on the water. Those areas are very popular for people who come here to fish.
The weather's been beautiful today and hopefully we won't get any thunderstorms this afternoon.
I'll probably drive out to my property tomorrow and see what's going on out there. After I check out the road in person I'll be able to make a better decision about whether or not I want to drag the Arctic Fox out there. Even though I Boondock and drive on a lot of dirt roads I'm still very careful about the kind of roads I will drive on, because it doesn't do any good to save a few bucks on camping then have to go buy a $200 trailer tire.