Hiked out to Butano Trail Camp (6 miles) on the Jackson Trail to the Canyon Trail to the Indian Trail. Nice trails with a mix of types of forest. Got foggy overnight at the camp. Campsites were nice and secluded. In the morning, checked out the abandoned landing strip, which didn't really look all that abandoned. I expected a plane to land anytime. 8 miles to head back the next day. Back down the Indian Trail, which led to a creek where water was available. All the other creeks were dry or just about. This one was not super abundant, but it worked and the water was clear and tasted okay after treatment. After walking on the Olmo Fire Road for a while, turned onto Doe Ridge Trail. This is a lovely trail. Turned left onto Goat Hill Trail, and looked for Año Nuevo Trail. Turned onto what I thought was Año Nuevo, but it was an abandoned, overgrown mess, so I turned back and then found the real one. This was also a beautiful trail. Had an "enchanted forest" feel to it. Note: unless you really like climbing, you would not want to start out on this trail as it is very steep. But ending on this trail was wonderful. Beautiful views.