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2008-03-09
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Mar 09 2008
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Hiking3.00 Miles 600 AEG
Hiking3.00 Miles   2 Hrs      1.50 mph
600 ft AEG
 
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Even though it was the same terrain, the hike was different in many places but mostly where you meet Camp Creek as it has changed its water to the east side. We were quite surprised. Also, the one itty bitty waterfall as you come around the corner past the car was flowing more substantially so we had to work around it's flow a little more as we hiked down to the creek bed. I also rubbed my elbow against one of those beautiful granite rocks but fortunately I'm not a bleeder and we hiked on.

As I said, Camp Creek was flowing completely differently and to me, the falls seemed liked they were flowing heavier than a month ago but my brother thot not. There was a small group of hikers at the falls and 3 horseback riders. One of the riders was a guide though. There was a nice amount of poppies out and the sky was crispy blue with some of those cool billowy clouds.

It's a great hike and the weather couldn't have been better.
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