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Sierra Ancha Bushwack, AZ
2011-11-10
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Sierra Ancha Bushwack, AZ 
Sierra Ancha Bushwack, AZ
 
Hiking Nov 10 2011
Tough_Boots
Hiking8.60 Miles 2,267 AEG
Hiking8.60 Miles
2,267 ft AEG
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1st trip
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MtnBart01
Spent the day bushwacking through snow and thorns. Blood was donated to the Sierra Ancha. We found some seldom visited ruins (V:1:164). No graffiti except for an inscription from 1927. Congrats to Joel--he's been looking for this sucker for a long long time! It was awesome to hike together again and I'm glad to have been able to make it out for this one. Just in case he leaves this out of his triplog--Joel fell butt first onto a cactus. Comedy gold. :sl:
FloraCorn
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"Backpacking has as much to do with what I carry inside as with what goes into the pack. It connects me with woundedness as well as with wonder."
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