This is a very nice trail. The forest is healthy, although dry. Typically Ponderosa pine and Gambel oak are found in the area.
I was on call for my job, and got a later start than I had intended, so I did only part of the trail. Also I took the time to talk to the very nice campground hosts, and petted their nice dog as well, a big old Golden Retriever with a docked tail they had rescued from the pound.
At least I got in 3 miles, which is my current minimum goal. (Still working on getting my feet toughened up, etc.)