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Babbitt Ranch - AZT #35, AZ
2011-07-169 by
 
Flagstaff, AZ
 
Hiking24.86 Miles   8 Hrs   52 Mns    3.33 mph
1,258 ft AEG   1 Hour   24 Mns Break16 LBS Pack 
1st Trip Logged
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Out with the boys from the hood to get this passage completed.
Major thanks to Denny/Grace for saving us 3+ hours in the morning, by getting the North Shuttle car set up 2 days before the hike!!!

To sum this one up. Wide open spaces, very few trees, dirt roads/2 track for 20 miles, Trail for the last 5 miles. The weather was perfect in the AM, started getting warm in the PM. The clouds would not cooperate by hiding the sun for us. You would think that hiking with Cloud Master Fraley, and Father Dave, that they'd be able to control the weather just a bit better.... Nope.

I was on my best behavior. Great hiking with the Clan again.
70% of the distance completed, 29 of 43 Passages completed.
We now have a 450 mile contiguous section completed from the Gila River in the South, to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the North.
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