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Kachina Trail #150, AZ
2009-08-0417 by
 
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Flagstaff, AZ
 
Hiking6.00 Miles   2 Hrs   20 Mns    2.57 mph
700 ft AEG   
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Started @ the Snowbowl trailhead. Nice day for a hike except for the ever-present smell of a campfire. However, it wasn't a campfire, but what seemed like half of the western Coconino Plateau being on fire. Today would NOT have been a good day to hike Kendrick Peak, and that's a mild understatement. The pictures I'll post will hopefully provide a more graphic explanation. Took my mom's dog who's currently recovering from losing her best buddy. Saw about 20 other hikers, and they all were not intimidated by the vicious retriever. It was a little warmer than I expected, and a little humid, and the only rain I encountered was some light sprinkling on the drive between Snowbowl and Flagstaff. Saw some manufacturer test vehicles @ Snowbowl. I think they were Fords. Very interesting.
Wildflowers Observation Substantial
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"Oak-town is the city of dope...couldn't be saved by John the Pope"
Fran & Kimo please keep watching over us with your aloha spirit so that we may remain safe. A Hui Hou Kakou
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