That really wasn't the first Michaux sign we saw but it is the only one for which there is a picture. If you locals were wondering how we got there from the north remember that some of our time was spent looking for the tribe gone missing. You know, the fuckowies...
Somehow, through no fault of my own, we found ourselves off route and missed some prime dirt. No big deal, we would get another shot at it in a few days on the way back up.
After 205 blissful, sunny, problem free miles it was time to find a campsite. The TET founding fathers did a great job of including waypoints for camping, hotels and gas along the route. We had planned for the first night's stay to be at "The Battle of Cedar Creek Campground" and arrived to find it unattended. We called their number (a cell I guess) and were instructed to find a spot and stuff the $20 in the slot.
Our site was right next to the creek: