Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson
This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless! Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson
This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless! Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson
This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless! Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson
This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless! Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson
This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless!

Day 2: Seron a Campamento Dickson

This was another relatively easy trek, with great weather, mainly crossing through brush and grasslands, but it was a very long 6 hours to the final destination.  The last haul was a somewhat steep uphill climb, but the view at the top of the gorgeous campsite below, on Lago Dickson, was a most welcoming sight to see.  This campsite was a trekker’s paradise, with a great dinner menu offered by the refugio (we were well stocked on our own food so we didn’t eat indoors, but it looked delicious), a well-supplied store, happy hour prices on beer, and, again, hot showers! Although Camp Dickson was pretty and well equipped, the mosquito situation at this site left me eaten alive.  I didn’t know mosquitos would eat one’s face off, but these big ugly buggers were merciless!

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