We're at a different campsite right now, which I can't recall at the moment. This gives you an idea of what my tent looks like with its rainfly attached.
LISA AND DOUG
Here we are on a hike about to cross what I assume is the Nisqually River. The actual location escapes me.
CROSSING A LOG BRIDGE
We were both pretty amazed at the ingenuity in creating a natural-looking bridge out of a fallen tree. Much later, when I went to work on the trail crew at Acadia National Park in Maine, I would create similar structures called bogwalks, which lay across boggy areas instead of spanning rivers. I could've built one of these, though. Same principle involved.