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Four Knolls, AZ
2007-07-2813 by
 
Alpine, AZ
 
Hiking8.00 Miles          
2,200 ft AEG   
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It was a gorgeous day for hiking on the prairie - cool and mostly cloudy - and rain threatened all day but never arrived. Responding to recent precipitation, the grass and other flora are showing new life. Lots of ATVs on the roads - one group of 21 machines passed us leaving a mist of dust and exhaust that lingered for a hundred yards. We saw an antelope, a coyote and several grouse but no other hikers.
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Belladonna Took's

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