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Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking Apr 12 2007
Preston Sands
Hiking5.40 Miles 1,045 AEG
Hiking5.40 Miles   2 Hrs   15 Mns   2.40 mph
1,045 ft AEG
 
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How I spent my spring vacation:
Part Two:
My original plan was to do a Coleman-Gaddes Loop, on this cold and windy day. However, snow flurries started up while I was on the Coleman Trail, and the temperature (38 degrees) was falling. I got to the end of the Coleman Trail, as white, swirling masses came rolling up from Prescott Valley, and decided to head back the way I came, in case the snow started to stick. It never did, except for the tree trunks. Didn't get to do what I wanted, but I had fun, though.
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Come ye sweltering denizens of the plains to the mountains and enjoy life -Colorado Miner, July 25, 1867
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