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Jul 24 2018
SpiderLegs
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53 male
 Joined Jul 12 2012
 Tucson, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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SpiderLegs
Run/Jog5.30 Miles 350 AEG
Run/Jog5.30 Miles      59 Mns   5.39 mph
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Tuesday morning old man group run again. Pretty warm, already 85 at 6 AM to start with some humidity so we took it pretty easy.

Excitement of the morning was seeing one large ticked off western diamondback letting us know that he was next to the trail.
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Jul 17 2018
SpiderLegs
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53 male
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 Tucson, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jul 17 2018
SpiderLegs
Run/Jog5.70 Miles 404 AEG
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Found an old guy's trail running group that meets every Tuesday morning that runs 60-75 minutes around Catalina State Park. I skew the demographic by 15-20 years, but inspiring to run around with guys in their late 60's and well into their 70's who can still do 10 minute miles up and down trails. With the swampy weather today the pace was pretty mellow. According to one of the guys in the group, this group has been meeting since the late 80's and they were happy to see new blood to try and keep the tradition going. Most of the members have died off or have taken to doing laps around their nursing home.
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Jul 14 2018
SpiderLegs
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53 male
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 Tucson, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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SpiderLegs
Run/Jog7.40 Miles 875 AEG
Run/Jog7.40 Miles   1 Hour   50 Mns   4.04 mph
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Met up with one of the locals to play tour guide at Catalina State Park. The day started off hot and humid, this was a pretty swampy run. The intent was to do a loop of Sutherland and the 50 Year Trail. Somewhere near the Wilderness Boundary we got off track and spent some time exploring a wash, then bushwhacked over to Sutherland Wash. From here followed Sutherland Wash back to the parking lot.

This is again the first of what I imagine will be many trips here. Takes less than 15 minutes to get here from my house. Plus learned that there is a long standing Tuesday morning running group that meets here, so going back in a few days for that.

My informal observation of my new neighborhood seems to be that if you want to retire to play golf you move to Phoenix. But if you want to retire to go hiking, running or cycling you move to northwest Tucson. Weekend mornings every road and trail around here has a mature crowd out enjoying the desert. There are enough outdoorsy people around here to support a satellite location of the Summit Hut.
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Feb 11 2018
PrestonSands
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43 male
 Joined Apr 12 2004
 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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PrestonSands
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Afternoon shorty up to the nearly dried out pool that is my favorite local refuge.
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Dec 21 2017
DarthStiller
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 Mesa, AZ
50 Year - Baby Jesus LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 21 2017
DarthStiller
Hiking10.70 Miles 1,292 AEG
Hiking10.70 Miles   4 Hrs   52 Mns   2.33 mph
1,292 ft AEG      16 Mns Break
 
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Started my Christmas vacation, so the most appropriate trail to do seemed like the Baby Jesus Trail. I originally planned to hike bigger 15 mile loop from Catalina State Park, but since we had dinner planned, I decided to take a shorter route by starting at the end of Golder Ranch Drive and making it a 10-11 mile loop. I parked on State Trust Land, so I went online the night before and got a permit.

Started hiking about 7:30am, and some clouds also arrived at time just at the top of Mt. Lemmon, making for some really nice pics as the morning sun peeked over from the east side. After about an hour or so, most of the sky was overcast, so the picture opportunities weren't as much. Saw a deer running away after a mile in, then when I got a chance to zoom in for a distant pic, I noticed there were three of them.

The 50 Year Trail just paralleled the road and was pretty coated with horse droppings. It was confusing at times if the trail I was on was the actual 50 Year Trail or some other trail. At a few sections the 50 year seems to be along a primitive road. The Baby Jesus Trail was the best, it climbs a bit, which gives you closer views of Mt. Lemmon and some views of the area below. The one mile section of the Sutherland was basically a dirt road, but very rocky. Only saw one hiker the entire time.

Pretty chilly in the early morning. It warmed up a bit, but still pretty cool. perfect hiking weather, didn't even drink half of my 3 liter bladder.

This is likely my last hike of 2017, which makes this year the most miles in one calendar year I've logged on HAZ. I was hoping to make 400, but it looks like I'll be 11 or 12 miles short of that. Something to shoot for next year I suppose.
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Nov 26 2017
PrestonSands
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 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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Hiking avatar Nov 26 2017
PrestonSands
Hiking4.50 Miles 700 AEG
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Sutherland foothills-Romero Canyon mini-loop:

Followed Sutherland and Romero Canyon Loop trail to the wilderness boundary, then turned off on the Breccia Hill* route. Dropped down the rock ramp to the base of Breccia Hill, then followed the creek up into lower Romero Canyon’s box. Found some small, stagnant pools among the massive boulders in the canyon, and some ash trees turning gold. Big excitement for me was my second Coatimundi sighting ever. It was mummified, skeletal, and it’s head had come off (a Dumb and Dumber line came to mind), but I’m still counting it as a sighting. I’m looking forward to seeing water flowing through this area for some long awaited wallowing opportunities. Took the Romero Gateway* route across the flats back to Sutherland at the wilderness boundary, and followed Sutherland back to the trailhead. Fun afternoon mini-adventure.

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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
Isolated ash trees turning yellow. Some minor sycamore color, too.

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A few small stagnant pools, but most of the canyon was bone dry.
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Oct 22 2017
fricknaley
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45 male
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 Tucson, AZ
Trail Link Loop, AZ 
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fricknaley
Run/Jog10.00 Miles 997 AEG
Run/Jog10.00 Miles   1 Hour   50 Mns   5.56 mph
997 ft AEG      2 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
 
nice temps and felt pretty good
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Oct 20 2017
markthurman53
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 Tucson, Arizona
Samaniego Peak, AZ 
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Hiking avatar Oct 20 2017
markthurman53
Hiking14.00 Miles 4,322 AEG
Hiking14.00 Miles   8 Hrs   56 Mns   2.19 mph
4,322 ft AEG   2 Hrs   33 Mns Break20 LBS Pack
 
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I am not a Peak person, I do not go out of my way to bag peaks as they say. I usually only go to a peak if there is a trail heading there with a few exceptions and this is one of them. I have been looking at this peak over the last few years from different directions and this one was calling my name. I started from the Mount Lemmon Trail #5 on Mount Lemmon and continued down the Sutherland Trail. While at the Sutherland Trail/Samaniego Ridge Trail junction I headed further down the Sutherland Trail to where my legs petered out the week before, about .6 miles. Had to finish this trail, I hate leaving a trail unfinished, it's an OCD thing. Once back on the Samaniego Ridge trail I headed toward Samaniego Peak. I thought the Samaniego Ridge trail was easy to follow and appeared to be in better shape than a year or so ago. That's not to say long pants and shirt aren't a good thing to have, My hands donated their share of blood. A good pair of sunglasses are advisable if you don't want to donate an eye to a stray branch. The trail gets a little fuzzy around Walnut Spring but with a GPS It is fairly easy to stay on track. Once at the infamous camp site/fire pit I headed up to Samaniego Peak. There are rock cairns marking the way, if you loose one trail there always seams to be another set of cairns marking another possible route. They all seam to converge on the peak, imagine that. The route up is steep in places and requires rock hopping and maybe a little rock climbing. A lot of brush to maneuver through if you don't pick the right route. At one point I got grabbed by some brush and before I knew it I was on the ground trying to get untangled. All in all the .5 mile trek up is worth it, the views are spectacular. Signed the log book and took a 20 minute break at the top. The way down was easier, maybe because I was a little wiser about picking the path.
This was a great hike, I estimated an elevation gain of 2000 feet for this hike and was amazed when my GPS said 4200 feet (I didn't account for the trip further down the Sutherland Trail). I am actually not surprised because the Trail is a ridge trail and drops down into every saddle and then back up the other side, all these ups and downs adds up. My Legs performed much better than the week before, I don't climb hills like I did 20 or 30 years ago but had no energy problems. I brought more food with me this time and ate something better for breakfast. Amazing what the legs will do if you just feed them.
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Oct 12 2017
markthurman53
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67 male
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 Tucson, Arizona
Sutherland Trail, AZ 
Sutherland Trail, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 12 2017
markthurman53
Hiking16.50 Miles 5,411 AEG
Hiking16.50 Miles   9 Hrs   57 Mns   2.17 mph
5,411 ft AEG   2 Hrs   21 Mns Break20 LBS Pack
 
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This is a trail on the west side of the Catalina Mountains I have never been on and decided it was time. My goal was to hike to Samaniego Ridge Trail 8.5 miles in and return but made it just .4 miles from my goal. My legs would not climb the last 200 feet of the trail and it was 12:30 and time to turn around. I know I did not bring enough food (one energy bar a handful of peanuts a few dried apricots and an apple)because when my legs did not have the energy to climb any more and taking a break didn't help. It is either that or it is all the wimpy hikes I have been doing the last 2 months or I'm getting old. I am not ready to concede yet to the latter.
This is a really steep hike climbing 5000 feet in 8 miles. The trail follows a very rocky jeep trail the first 4 miles and then a trail the last 4. Once on the ridge The trail is a little faint in places but it is well marked with rock cairns and faded red ribbons. Not a whole lot of options on the ridge, either side of the ridge drops off and not likely the trail would do that. There are a lot of new growth pines on the ridge and at times you have to look for the trail markers. The only flat spots on the trail are along this ridge even though they are very short stretches.
The views to the west of Pusch Ridge, Cathedral Peak and Window Rock are the best I've seen. This was the first time I've seen Window Rock from the Northeast side and it is lined up so that you look straight on to the window. Cathedral Peak looks like a cathedral from this side not so much the Tucson side. There are also great and different perspective views of Samaniego Peak to the north. Views out to the west are also good but on this day it was a bit dusty from the prior days wind that you couldn't see clearly that far.
At 12:30 I took a break and had a 20 minute debate with myself about finishing the last .4 miles. My brain won the debate and I decided to push on but after 100 yards my legs refused to agree and if the legs don't work then the brain follows. It seemed a shame to turn around after coming so close but I still had to return and the trail is extremely rocky and plenty of opportunities to trip and fall, I needed my leg's full cooperation. To make matters worse my cell phone died and if anything happened I had no communication. I really liked this hike, it was a real workout. Next time better breakfast and bring more food. There was water in Cargodera Creek but barely running, I had plenty of water so I didn't need to get any here. I will have to finish up the last .4 miles maybe from the Mount Lemmon side.
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Oct 02 2017
PrestonSands
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 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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Hiking avatar Oct 02 2017
PrestonSands
Hiking4.25 Miles 508 AEG
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Evening hike up Sutherland to the social trail spur that accesses the lower end of Romero Canyon gorge, then a side trip to the seasonal waterfall. Romero Canyon still had a few shallow, scuzzy pools of water below the cliffs. Mr. Owl hooted hello from the cliffs, and Mr. Diamondback, rather camera shy, scooted across the pavement in the dark on the drive out of the park.

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A few mostly stagnant pools below the cliffs
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Oct 01 2017
MSimmons
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 Joined Jan 30 2016
 Tucson, AZ
Samaniego PeakTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 01 2017
MSimmons
Hiking12.73 Miles 3,842 AEG
Hiking12.73 Miles   7 Hrs   58 Mns   1.70 mph
3,842 ft AEG      30 Mns Break
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A deceptively tough hike to one of the coolest peaks in the range.

It's relatively smooth sailing out to Walnut Spring. Some blowdowns and catty overgrowth along Samaniego Ridge put us a slightly off track once or twice, but no big deal. We rested at the spring, which is a little ways past the metal sign that identifies it. From there we headed directly toward the peak, tooth-and-nailin' it every step of the way. I found a good stick and did my best to beat down the bush before pressing through, but still we got thoroughly minced, and they could probably hear us cursing and howling down in Saddlebrook. After a few hundred yards we found a cairn, which to our great relief marked a clear route up. Views from the summit were top shelf, and we were able to follow that route all the way back to the ridge trail.

Don't make for the summit from Walnut Spring itself. Instead, you wanna turn left at the metal sign. Follow cairns and natural paths through a lovely, meadowy area, and then to the summit. You may not have a cairn in view at all times, but you shouldn't go too far without spotting one, and you shouldn't have to do any hard bushwhacking.
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Sep 25 2017
PrestonSands
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 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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Hiking avatar Sep 25 2017
PrestonSands
Hiking4.00 Miles 557 AEG
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Evening hike up Sutherland along the creek to Breccia Hill, then across the flats to seasonal waterfall spur trail. Romero Creek is dry in most places in the foothills, with only a trickle in the small pools. Came across a number of pottery sherds and a metate in a boulder. Pleasant loop hike.
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Aug 25 2017
fricknaley
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 Tucson, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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fricknaley
Hiking5.20 Miles 626 AEG
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Anniversary hike out to the creek gate :y:

incredible flowers in spots. saw an owl and one of the largest rattlers i have ever seen on the way out and again on the way back
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Aug 06 2017
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 Chandler, AZ
Romero Canyon Loop TrailTucson, AZ
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Booneman
Run/Jog10.00 Miles 535 AEG
Run/Jog10.00 Miles   1 Hour   22 Mns   7.32 mph
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Fun trail/road run through Catalina State Park with Alexi (and Kyle on his hike up to Romero Pools).
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Aug 02 2017
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 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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PrestonSands
Hiking3.00 Miles 260 AEG
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After work hike with Niko and Jesse to some swimming holes on a pleasant, overcast afternoon. Recent flooding had scoured the sand from the bottom of the first swimming hole, doubling its depth. Water felt great! Catalina State Park looks like Hawaii right now, with the desert floor carpeted in brilliant green vegetation, morning glory vines, and every drainage flowing. Arizona poppies/caltrops are out, as are thousands of voracious caterpillars. It is amazing what a few weeks of monsoon rain can do.
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Mar 29 2017
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57 male
 Joined Jul 14 2011
 Tucson, AZ
Sutherland - Romero LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 29 2017
Mountain_Rat
Hiking26.81 Miles 7,918 AEG
Hiking26.81 Miles   12 Hrs   10 Mns   2.26 mph
7,918 ft AEG      17 Mns Break15 LBS Pack
 
Set out to do some testing, training and assessment.

Testing:
* Altra, Lone Peak 3.0 w/sof-soles. Nice on the feet, great grip, extremely stable, but wearing fast in the tread (I give them less than 100 miles). Great for long hauls, but not every day trails.
* Fenix 3. 12 hours of Nav while Tracking took me down to 10% battery. Stats were unbelievably on the dot.
* Packing. Camel ultra-10 weighing 10lbs, front-belt pack at 5lbs. Used 60 oz before Quartzite Spring, drank ~20 while there and loaded up with 80. Drank another 60 the rest of the trip. Could have easily gone with half the weight, but wanted to keep it a bit heavy today.

As for training, this was time well spent. A 295 FPM average, sustained for 12 hours is a productive day.

On to the assessment. According to the spreadsheet, this came in at 74% of my ability. As of 20 hours later, I feel more like it was 100% of my ability. I'm not impressed with the results. Gotta beef it up.

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Mar 02 2017
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 Tucson, AZ
Catalina State Park, AZ 
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A brief visit to Catalina State Park to renew my annual parks pass. Come on Spring!
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Feb 21 2017
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 Oro Valley, AZ
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PrestonSands
Hiking4.00 Miles 557 AEG
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Canyon Loop Trail-Sutherland Trail loop

Up the Canyon Loop Trail to the base of Breccia Hill, a quick and cold swim, and then up creek to the mouth of Romero Canyon. The creek was flowing strong and clear. Took the social trail north to Sutherland proper, and then followed it back to the Catalina State Park trailhead. Sutherland is loaded with poppies that are probably a week or two away from flowering. Beautiful evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Owl were enjoying it, too.

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Feb 07 2017
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 Oro Valley, AZ
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PrestonSands
Hiking4.00 Miles 557 AEG
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Sutherland-Romero Canyon-Foothills Loop:

Fun loop hike after work to avoid the crowds and see some favorite places. The water in Romero Canyon was too cold to swim, so I just dropped into a pool and quickly climbed out. The Great Horned owls were out in force.
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Jan 10 2017
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 Oro Valley, AZ
Sutherland Trail #6Tucson, AZ
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PrestonSands
Hiking3.60 Miles 511 AEG
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After work hike to Breccia Hill, the slot canyon, and other fun spots I gravitate to. Plenty of cool water in the creek, which was extremely tempting to soak in, but I knew better as night was approaching. Did a fun little canyon-side scramble to the top of a ridge, enjoyed an incredible sunset, good photography session, and witnessed a hooting Great Horned Owl silhouetted atop a saguaro. Fun times!
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