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2011-02-06
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Feb 06 2011
Tortoise Hiker
Hiking9.80 Miles 2,646 AEG
Hiking9.80 Miles   5 Hrs   58 Mns   1.64 mph
2,646 ft AEG
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1st trip
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Cave Trail #233
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wallyfrack
Wally was nice enough to take me out to a couple areas I haven't seen yet.We hit Bluff Springs trail a little before sunrise and turned off on the Cave trail.There is more to this area then I thought.Some nice views and rock formations.From there we went out to the pine tree and cool view of Weaver's Needle.From there over to Peralta and on to find the Crosscut.It took us awhile but we found it and took our lunch half way across.Another cool area.On to Terrapin trail,Bluff Springs trail and the turn off to go down Barks Canyon.There was still some nice pools of water and even some ice.We were going to finish by checking out the mine I hadn't seen before and then head back.Wally spotted a Ranger and a Kat :o . We checked out the mine(very cool) and I asked to get our picture taken with the famous Kat.Thanks to Kat and Wally for amusing me. :D Great,weather,hike,and company!Thanks Wally! :D
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