Intro: When we hit the road with our Dalmatian and our teardrop trailer we have everything we need: a bed, a kitchen, and a bit of portable solar. We are self contained and respect the beautiful places we visit.
We spent the first of our two evenings at a lovely campsite low and almost in the woods at the rear of the property. There is a nice stone fire ring there and a couple of benches for sitting. The woods and fields wrap around the site with plenty of room for the sun to get in. Nice.
On the morning of the second day I walked the property and discovered the higher ridges have a beautiful view looking off to what I believe is Mount Elmore. Even though there was no formal campsite in the area I asked Carey if we might spend our second night there so we could look out over the fields and mountains. Sure, she said and it was done. It rained that night and the wind came up leaving us a little chilly in the late September morning but the view was worth it. Word to the wise, the trees bordering the top of the property screen the rising sun to the east so if sun is what you seek to take the chill off (and we did that morning) be sure to bring something to keep you warm until the shadows pass.