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idahostatesman
23:07:57 Wed
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Tell us about your favorite campsites

Tell us about your favorite campsites 2004 Camping Guide
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bushbasher
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I bet people from Indiana can't relate. Sounds neat to me.

  
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Sounds sweet to me, but I never camped in a cabin. I was always patial to running up to Grimes Creek and sleeping under the stars in the bed of my pick-up.

Grimes Creek is great!! Only about 45 minutes from Boise and there are tons of spots to camp and explore. Never had a problem there. Idaho City was close by in case the ice melted or the beer ran out.

Always found friendly people in Idaho City. Plus its a cool old town to explore. From the old buildings to the ancient cemetary.

  
Fish_head
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Always loved the area in Hells Canyon as well as Northeast Oregon myself.:biggrin:

  
idahogroundhog
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Back in the woods at Lake Notellum, past Council towards Cuprum. Where the Lake Trout are so finicky they dont like to eat out.
Always seem to kill more beer cans than I clean fish there, But hey . . . we all have fun.

  
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Most recently it is Silver City.It is not as crowded as the more Northern recreation areas,possibly due to the winding dirt road.If you like history, there are many sights to see.Endless trails to hike,bike, or ATV.The Idaho Hotel has hundreds of artifacts from early Idaho history on display.The local sheriff rides around on a horse all day and works as barkeep in the evening.Everybody there was friendly and helpful in pointing out items of interest.I also found this to be a very "dog Friendly" town.

  
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Most recently hiked Goose Creek trail, just North of McCall.Found several huckleberry bushes ripe and loaded.Was attempting to hike the full trail all the way to the falls, but the trail got very bushy and we had to start crawling.I will try this again soon, with a machete to help clear the trail.We didn't camp at the campgrounds this time.It happened to get chilly so we headed to nearby Zims hot springs for a soak and a swim.

  
bushbasher
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I'm not giving that one up. Why not try Horsethief reservoir. Don't go on a holiday though.

  
bushbasher
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Skid, sorry it took so long for me to see your post. Sometimes I get all caught up fighting with these numbskulls. That's really sad. I bet he was a friend of yours. This country is losing good people everyday. There's something about your generation that this country is really going to miss. I saw it in my father and I miss him terribly. Before he died he named his dog Newt. It was meant as a little insinuation towards Gingrich. People that lived through the depression never fell for the republican spin because they could easily see through it. I'm trying to carry on. I've taught my kids well and know they will represent you and me long after we're gone.
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bushbasher
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Sounds like he helped develope the next generation too. Maybe there's some hope still. You gotta have faith.

  

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