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Latest MODIS satellite data shows the Mud Spring Canyon area burned today.nonot wrote:Fire is going crazy today and looks like it took out the two-bar mountain area. I'm guessing the map is reflecting back burns being conducted from Roosevelt and 188?
Looks like a small fire around badger springs next to the highway?
That has weighed on my mind, too. Mrs. big_load continues to prefer Phoenix over other AZ landing spots because most of her family is there. Changes in the Supes may affect my calculation.
I live in NE Mesa and its so close to everything (time wise) yet borders Tonto National Forest. The 202 is 3 mins away, the salt river is 5 mins down the hill, Bush Hwy-Beeline-Payson, Apache trail/Supes, tons of wildlife......its a great area.elleryjk wrote:Like a couple of you I have recently been considering moving from Phoenix to east Mesa
I'm counting on this. I've found small traces in quite a few places that I wish I had more time to explore closely.SuperstitionGuy wrote:you will find more Indian sites as they will be more visible
This will be the big challenge for me. Once upon a time I didn't think twice about having to carry in three gallons or to refill to that level at any water source. Now I don't like to go over two gallons if I can avoid it, even though I'm a good bit stronger now than I was back then.SuperstitionGuy wrote:You may have to carry more water as many of the springs will be dry