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Goat Camp Trail - White Tanks, AZ
2010-11-203 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking13.00 Miles   3 Hrs   38 Mns    3.58 mph
1,732 ft AEG   
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Took to the trail with Joe on my mind. I don't know Joe, but having read some of his posts, it sounds as if he enjoyed what he did. This is true for me, as I imagine it is for everyone else on this site. From this tragedy, hopefully, something can be taken from this. For me, I will commuincate better with my family. Where I am hiking, how long I expect to be gone, maybe a little more thoughtful when I look at that off shooting trail that goes????

My thoughts and prayers go out to Joe, his family and friends.


Hiked the Goat Camp trail in the White Tanks. Made a loop out of this by going in on the Goat Camp coming back down on the Mesquite trail and then connecting back to the Goat Camp via the Mule Deer/Bajada trails. No wildlife, expect for a small snake.
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