Friday June 9, 2023 Plumas National Forest CA.
We’ll continue to explore the Last Chance Creek for access points today. We’ll be going down stream about ten miles from here on this road.
There’s lots of lush meadows on the way.
We spotted this old cabin along the road so stopped to check it out. It didn’t look like anyone was using the place much.
This was an access point, so we stopped to walk down to the creek to check it out. Not too good for camping.
We pulled in here for a break and to check out the map.
We moved on down the road.
We were headed to the last access spot we wanted to check out down this way.
We got side tracked on this road that eventually petered out on us so we turned around.
And got back on the main road.
The last access point is just up ahead here as the road hits the creek.
We stopped at the end of the road by the creek to check this spot out.
Lots of water
There was lots of water in the creek and it would be nice to come back here later when there is less water in the creek.
We decided to work our way back to the same camp spot we were at last night as we like that one a lot. I followed Marty out on this road.
We made it back to our camp spot and it was nap time.
Looking for spring water
After a good break I walked on over to this cabin that was near our camp spot. There’s an old truck parked there, but there’s no one here. I think is it a government work cabin.
My purpose for walking over to this old cabin was to see if there was a spring there so I could get some more good water for the trip. I found this old watering tank and looked around and found the spring pipe that was broken. We’ll come back tomorrow and see if we can fix up the pipe to fill our water containers.