My son, Spartacus (dog) and I just got back from spending 7 nights and 8 days of camping, with lots of hiking and mtn biking.
We spent 5 nights at Cheaha State Park. (The highest point in Alabama) and 2 nights/3 days at Lake Lurleen State Park.
We all 3 are give out from all the hiking and mtn biking
But we hate to be back home and start the normal routine.
This was my son's last spring break, since now that he is a Senior in HS and ships off to BT in the Army just a few days after he graduates in May.
The 2904SS pulled OK loaded down.
The F250 would drop down to about 25 mph on the steep mtn grades.
I got the cap for my truck just a week before the trip. It worked great and I should have got one a long time ago! Was nice to just leave the mtn bikes and hiking gear in the truck and it all be secure and out of the weather.
Spartacus traveled well back there too.
Leaving Cheaha State Park
Set up at lake Lurleen SP
One of the many overlooks at Cheaha SP
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