Day one was spent exploring the park itself. This word is used excessively in my opinion (especially by me), but it was amazing. What was especially amazing was the fact that they let you hike in such a rugged area. We're so used to "keep out" signs that we were floored when they allow you the chance to greatly injure yourself. And we loved it!
Ye Olde rickety bridge
I think something from Harry Potter.
You want me to use those? There may or may not have been tinkling on the floor at this point. Too much information?
Walking trees. I saw it. You don't know, you weren't there.
And an afternoon nap.
This park is a must-see and we can't wait to go back. Keep in mind there are trails where you will be scaling boulders and hiking on logs and soon to find out-waterfalls (although they're just babies). You'll need a map so you can figure out which terrains are rugged. I wouldn't bring a dog or kids on these.
Unless they have been bitten by radioactive spiders. Stay tuned for Monday's camping adventure!