Episode 89: Warm Campfire on a Cold Autumn Night

Episode 89: Warm Campfire on a Cold Autumn Night

Sound only
60+ min

This was recorded in the Eddys mountains, a sub-range of the Trinity Mountains, which in turn is a sub-range of the Klamath Mountains, in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. The night was calm, clear and crisp and the crackling fire slowly dies down as the firewood burns away. 

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