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Touring Hot Springs Washington and Oregon
by Jeff Birkby (Falcon Guides)
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This is a beautiful spot and is incredibly secluded. I particularly liked listening to the frogs and wild birds sing me to sleep :)
Beware!! In early spring the nights are VERY cold - the water I left outside had ice in it by morning!
Unfortunately, I was unimpressed with the hotsprings themselves because there were creatures living in it. Perhaps this is normal for some springs, but not in my experience. I saw a white worm which seemed to hang from the surface of the water, and some black critters about the size of a corn kernel, that darted about like amoeba. All said and done, I only spent about 3 minutes in the water.
Sum up: nice place to camp, very exposed to wind/weather, hotsprings not that great.
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