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Second Water Trail #236, AZ
2006-09-1015 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking3.50 Miles          
368 ft AEG   
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I thought it would be a great idea to run out to a trail after the recent rains. Thinking it would be cooler and I might catch some water. Turned out to be snake city. I had the dog with me and he was clueless that the snakes were even there. I discovered that if you take a picture of a snake from the side they don't seem to mind at all but if you get behind them and try to take a picture of their rattle it's just a bad idea. At one point we had to wait 16 minutes for one snake to clear the trail. We couldn't go around because there was too much cholla on the ground for the dog's poor paws. It was super humid ---apparently prime snake time.
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