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2007-10-23  

Sierra Anchas/Pinals, AZ
2007-10-23
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Sierra Anchas/Pinals, AZ 
Sierra Anchas/Pinals, AZ
 
Hiking Oct 23 2007
RedRoxx44
Hiking1.50 Miles
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Out and about for some fall shots. Road up to fire lookout by Workman Creek in Sierra Anchas is now open and some nice reds and golds, pastels up there in the maples. At the top of the Pinals the Aspen grove is peaked and has some nice understory of golds and some reds mixed in, maples are still working on turning but some nice trees. Couldn't hike much secondary to a broken bone in my foot but I am progessing in my gimping along. Trekking poles make great crutch substitutions.
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"We don't care about aesthetics" --forest service representative, re: Oak Fire, Galiuro
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