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Boynton's Backyard, AZ
2010-04-3014 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking13.10 Miles   6 Hrs   15 Mns    2.10 mph
1,800 ft AEG   
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We did a loop from Boynton's Backyard, through Hart Well Canyon then took the roads back. I stopped at the Bear-Doe Trailhead and napped until Bob returned with the car :)

It was a wee bit cold with a 27 degree start. Bob did a great job picking all the right use trails so the hump up went fast. Nice pictographs in two locations. Fraley sent over some clouds. Saw scattered wallflowers, lupines and such. Lots of new foliage. In about a month it will likely be overgrown. Some of the trees and carrot looking weeds showed signs of freeze damage. I'd imagine any apple trees in the Sedona area won't be producing this year due to the cold spell.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8rrGXF5VNk

Ninth hike after the leg issue. It's going better on the down steps, still tiring.

Only used 1 quart of water on this hike. Guess I don't drink much when it's cold :o
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