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Reynolds Creek Trail #150, AZ
2007-06-3014 by
 
Globe, AZ
 
Hiking5.00 Miles   3 Hrs       1.67 mph
1,375 ft AEG   
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What movie did this hike resemble most? Answer is "Mothra"...

Overnight hike and camp with "Sparky", Fabian and Paul and Steve Gerrish. Great views from the Pueblo Canyon overlook. Couldn't beat the cold beverages and BBQ brats and beans at the end of the hike! Full moon was spectacular lighting up our campsite. Absolutely perfect overnight temperature as we escaped the valley heat.

We didn't cross paths with Te-Wa, wallyfarak, braknstuf until Sunday morning. http://hikearizona.com/dex2/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2863

There was an unbelievable scene from "Mothra" when we cooked dinner. Our Coleman Lanterns were completely covered by moths blocking out most of the light. Moved the lanterns away from campsite and we were able to eat our meal in peace...

We had a chance to explore some of Center Mountain Trail #142 and FR2232 (route directly south from the Trail#150 TH) that apparently connects back to the Honey Creek Divide on Hwy 288 (according to a couple of ATV riders I met along the route). Saw at least 2 old adits along FR2232 that I'm presuming to be abandoned uranium mines.
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