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Pinnacle Peak, AZ
2007-08-0610 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking3.00 Miles      60 Mns    3.00 mph
319 ft AEG   
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Went in early evening. I was totally impressed with the ocotillo. They are thick and bushy after all this rain. Usually they blend into the background, but on this hike my eyes were drawn to them. Temperature was nice but humid - cloudy skies.
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