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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Sep 05 2009
skatchkins
Hiking3.20 Miles 470 AEG
Hiking3.20 Miles   2 Hrs      1.60 mph
470 ft AEG
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Up in the Pinals for the long weekend with some invitee's. Started with the spur trail and dodged most of the rain. Overcast hurt the sky but helped the flowers. Plenty of rasberries left to mow on. Spotted a large deer on the way back. Back in the vehicle we drove over to Big Creek Falls for another quick hike before more guests arrived. Probabaly would have rathered doing the loop as opposed to the spur for more nestled vegetation and maybe more wildlife.
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