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2009-03-28
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Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking Mar 28 2009
SonnyJim
Hiking4.85 Miles 1,921 AEG
Hiking4.85 Miles   3 Hrs   30 Mns   1.39 mph
1,921 ft AEG
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Went early today. First to the Summit for the day. Lots of bees by the mailbox. Hopefully the gentleman who dislocated his shoulder got some help from the Boyscout troop (about 50 of them) who were coming up the trail. Great weather for my first trip to the top. Got off the main trail before coming to the top, we ended up following some cairns and not the white, green, or brown paint spots, but finally reached the mailbox. Having the GPS track from HikeArizona.com really saved the day as we almost missed the turn off the AZ trail. Thanks HikeArizon.com!!!!!!
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