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Month long camping trip

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Forest Nymph

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Hey it looks like this member deleted but to support other vegans who want to hike/camp on the west coast, I just got back from a four day trip to the Yolla Bolly wilderness, in the Middle Eel/Mendocino area, and saw some of the clearest most beautiful water in the streams there. I'm not going to share the spots - some of the more popular and impacted ones are shared with cattle farmers who bring cows through the trails on through-hikes for some cattle farming reason I'm completely unaware of, where you'll find cow patties and algal blooms galore - but suffice to say if you can research it for yourself, it's quite pristine, there were no other humans around except our group this time of year and though it's always a good idea to treat or filter backcountry water, there's just nothing visible in it. At all!

Some parts of the Six Rivers National Forest are badly burned, but on the bright side, a recently burned forest is one of the safest places to be (the fire's already gone) and there was so much new growth on some of the trails it looked like an infant Christmas tree farm.
 

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