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Second Water Trail #236, AZ
2008-09-058 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking7.00 Miles   3 Hrs   10 Mns    2.21 mph
368 ft AEG   
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Alright I'm going to see what Wally charges for dance lessons. :o I saw another rattler on trail today. At least he was calm and it would have been a slow dance. :sweat: Dave saw a couple horseback riders comming up behind us so we stayed and warned them about the snake. They went around it easily so I figured they were use to them. First time on this hike and it was a nice one. I think it would be fun to do it as a shuttle hike to Canyon Lake. Thanks to Dave for bringing the maps and stuff to keep us on trail.
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