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2010-03-23
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog Mar 23 2010
Rick Vincent
Run/Jog2.25 Miles 200 AEG
Run/Jog2.25 Miles      50 Mns   2.70 mph
200 ft AEG
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Hackberry Mini-Loop. Arrived at the horse lot at 6:13pm and started my run. Sunset at 6:41pm, so I knew I better hurry. At less than one mile in, heard the sound of running water. Light was already fading so I cut through the first pass before the actual Hackberry Spring pass. Even as time was limited, I couldn't pass up the chance to charge up the slick rock ridge to my right. 200 ft aeg in 5 minutes. That got my heart pumping. The post sunset view was worth it. I took a short water break and headed down towards the old ranch. Back to the trailhead at 7:05pm with not much light left. This is a great 2.25 mile mini-loop if you need a quick hike fix with limited time or limited daylight.
Wildflowers Observation Moderate
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
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