After packing up the car, I re-entered our cabin to discover that my canine companion was not particularly impressed with the diner service. Evidently the wait for coffee was just too long.
Although it was not Chamberlain Falls, we stopped at Chamberlain Creek Conservation Camp. It was only a mile and half of trail, but my feet were happy to tread the forest floor again.
On the road home, I pulled over for one more view. I had to return to society, go to work, make money, pay my bills, and do all those human things needed to survive. But here was my reminder: that Nature’s got a whole lot more places for Tucker and me to explore, experience, and enjoy. There is no doubt: we’ll be back as soon as possible. It’s a big world and we’re going to walk as much as of it as we can within our lifetime.