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2008-05-24
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking May 24 2008
Tortoise Hiker
Hiking4.90 Miles 1,440 AEG
Hiking4.90 Miles   2 Hrs   30 Mns   1.96 mph
1,440 ft AEG
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Another nice day fora hike. There was not as many people as I thought there would be. I ran into an Asian family on the way up that didn't speak much English but I could still tell the kids were having a blast playing hide and seek in the boulders up top.One of the kids hiked down with me about half a mile and then waited for his family.Nice family.There was some nice water running in spots.About a 1/4 mile from the car a couple young kids passed me but within a few hundred yards they were comming back at me looking scared.They had seen a Gila Monster and even know the didn't know what it was, they knew not to mess with it. Of course by the time I got my camera out I wound up taking a crappy picture.I let the kids know they did the right thing and never did see there Parents. Great hike.
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Tortoise Hiking. Stop and smell the Petrichor.
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