Picture of the Carlisle Camp Site, taken in April, 2000.

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The few stones visible in the Carlisle walkway are just about all I saw that would give any hint that anything was ever there. Someone mentioned that a stone water fountain had been missed by the demolition crew, but I could not find it. 

This picture looks upstream (about northeast), and was taken at a spot near the walkway which ran toward the front of the Castle. The Castle site was to the right center of this picture. 

The creek is to the left, and where there's a new oil or gas well just across the creek. Just around the corner on the trail pictured are a lot of tanks, etc. stored where Carlisle's cabins were.

The white object to the left is the end of my roll of topo and DeLorme maps. (I really worked to find these sites! ...been a long time.)