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West Fork Oak Creek Trail #108
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Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking Nov 03 2010
Hiker Girl
Hiking2.00 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking2.00 Miles   3 Hrs      0.67 mph
200 ft AEG
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1st trip
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If this hike taught me anything it was that I shouldn't attempt to take 3 dogs out by myself, especially not the combination of my 75lbs timid male, 40lbs diva female, and 35lbs blind 6 month old foster puppy. Quite the recipe for disaster.

I head out at 4:30am, with the disaster squad. I stopped by the gas station to pick up the necessities of the morning: 5 hour energy drink, mountain dew, slim jims, peanuts, and a lunchable.

It was my first time in Sedona and I was absolutely amazed and in awe of the town. I think I'm in love!

I got to the trail and there was already like 4 cars there....I took my sweet time with the dogs, and only crossed 2 of the streams. I was very lucky that they didn't drag me into the creek. I want to apologize in advance to anyone that was on the trail today and came upon me and my delinquent pack of dogs. They are loud talkers (growlers and barkers) but they really are sweet dogs that love attention, it's just hard for most people to get past the scary exterior and sounds.

Despite all the other stuff I had a wonderful time and it was absolutely gorgeous...I can't wait to do it again soon, but without the dogs this time.
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