Posted in Nature, Park

Fire Danger Levels

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After leaving the Route 11 Rest Area I needed to find a place to stop for the night. I ended up finding a lovely little national park where I could just park the camper and sleep for the night. It’s hard work driving a giant camper when you have tiny little weeny otter arms.

This morning, before leaving, I decided to check the fire danger sign to see what the odds were of a potential forest fire. They were low so I’m feeling a tad bit safer driving through any wooded areas. The ranger bear was lovely to talk to although I’m not sure if he is a real ranger or just ate one and stole the hat.

“Tipsy” Cerulean

Location:  Prim River National Forest (M) 

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