When it comes to finding places to boondoock and explore, I have sung the praises of Google Earth several times over the past couple years. While scouting out recent adventures I found still more useful information on Google Earth to those of us that like to get off the beaten track. Scrolling Google Earth in the area of Orgeon’s Umpqua Hot Springs I came across a blue square titled, “Cool Freebee Campsite”. Clicking on the picture revealed a campsite complete with fire ring and picnic table. Checking out the area around Tumco ghost town in the California Desert I stumbled on a blue square entitled, “Dry Camping”. Opening the link showed a fine desert campsite just a mile or so north of the old ghost town. While I haven’t camped at either of these locations yet, you can be sure they are on my lists of potential boondock sites when I visit these areas. If you haven’t done so yet, get on Google Earth and see what adventures await you!
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