Yes. Messy. I never pack like this. I didn’t pack. I threw it all in and drove! I’ll explain later.
When I arrived, I first went for a skinny dip! There are so few places where you can do this. It is more exciting when you’re not allowed but I’m too old for a jail term or even just my name in the police log in the paper!
This is the start of the Under Cliff / Over Cliff carriage road. About a 5 mile beautiful loop.
Lots of climbers today…
It’s a steep drop down on the East side of the loop. Amazing rock formations. I imagine the force it took to create this majestic area.
This is where my trouble began. All I was eating were Fiber One bars. Why I bough thm I will never know! I began rumbling in the abdomen. I had to go off in the woods twice!
Still in trouble in my lower GI, I managed some pictures. On the West side all the rock is sloped upward. A huge section pushed up to create the cliffs on the other side. So cool.
Amazing views to the Northwest. Catskills maybe?
Sometimes a little tree needs it’s picture taken.
You cab see the angling of the rock as I am turning back to the East. Up it went millions of years ago.
The circle complete. Stomach still bad!
Figured I would set up camp and have a shower and see how I felt.
“Park Bears are really smart!” he says. “They look in car windows for coolers. Don’t have any food near or in your tent or you will have a good story to tell when you get home.” Great.
Always a bad sign!
This is where I spent the hour after I tried to keep dinner inside me with no success. Fiber overdose. Really. Thsi is a very bad thing.
I’m trying to enjoy.
Back to the latreen!
I threw everything into the car and went back to the cabin at Pecks Pond. The bathroom there is right down the hall. I’ll go back again…with no Fiber One Bars. 🙂