It can be hard to find open camping spots during the “winter months” even where there isn’t snow.
Panther Creek Campground in #GiffordPinchotNational Forest has all kinds of sites open. Some of them are near flowing water and others are set back in other areas off of the main road.
Most importantly, there are plenty of trees to hang your hammock from! Weeeeee!
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There is something inside of me that yearns for nature. I’m always being beckoned back to these undeveloped, wild open expanses of the desert. Like clockwork, the winter comes and all I can think about are the California deserts that are only a few hours from home. It is a bit hard to explain, but I will try.
I have ADHD and was often in trouble at school and home when I was younger. It was so hard for me to follow the expectations that society set for me. Everyone, including myself, wondered why I couldn’t just stay still, sit down, be quiet. I would get so mad at myself because it seemed like something I should be able to do. Yet, time after time, without wanting to, I would disappoint the people around me. From my kid point of view, it seemed like no one else struggled with these expectations.
We had a small patch of woods in our backyard. I vividly remember all the time that my sisters and I spent outside. The thing is, the rules of nature and being outside were different. This small patch of woods rewarded my curiosity and stimulated the parts of me that needed to move, my brain was free and encourage to wander.
I think that is why I still feel so comforted by being in nature. It is exhausting to constantly have to live within the confines of societal norms and expectations.