My plan for this trip is fairly simple, take the White’s Creek Trail counterclockwise starting with the North Loop.
- Day One. Hike six to eight miles on the North Loop, stopping either at some stock ponds or if the water there looks iffy, carrying on to Bliss Spring. Eight miles with a midday start means I’ll need to move quickly, and I’m terribly out of condition. Should be fun!
- Day Two. Hike four or so miles to the White’s Creek Eleven Point put-in, and camp somewhere near there.
- Day Three. There’s rain all day in the forecast, so another short four miles or so and stop somewhere near Fiddler Spring.
- Day Four. Hike out, another four or five miles, and the weather should be nice again.
Of course, plans change, and this one was no different, though I was blissfully ignorant of the fact at this point.
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