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Jul 12 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 12 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.22 Miles 1,269 AEG
Hiking6.22 Miles   2 Hrs   4 Mns   3.08 mph
1,269 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Ran into Kelly and Fletch at the trailhead and they were kind enough to let me join them on part of their hike. Headed up Pyramid. Very warm and stagnant until we got to the ridge, then there was a light breeze. We parted ways at the Pyramid/National junction and I headed back down Pyramid. Nice to have company and fun conversation for the first half of the hike. Only saw a handful of people on my way back down. Lots of cicadas. Hazy sunrise. One large saguaro right at the trailhead fell while I was out of town. Burseras are starting to leaf out again.
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Jul 09 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Mineral Ridge National Recreation TrailNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 09 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking2.72 Miles 780 AEG
Hiking2.72 Miles   1 Hour   19 Mns   2.18 mph
780 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Second hike of the day for me and my daughter. Busy trail, and not a whole lot of shade, but some nice views of the lake and mountains. The trail is steep in places but in good condition. Lots of old mine prospects along the aptly named ridge.
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Jul 09 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Treasure Mountain 4615Northern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 09 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.97 Miles 988 AEG
Hiking4.97 Miles   2 Hrs   7 Mns   2.40 mph
988 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Easy hike to start the day. Early enough that we were shaded the entire way, which was nice. Some good views of Coeur d’Alene from a distance. Heard a lot of birds, and saw some elk tracks, but nothing else. Had the mountain all to ourselves.
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Jul 08 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Maiden Creek Trail# 321 - Idaho Panhandle NFNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 08 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.61 Miles 1,356 AEG
Hiking4.61 Miles   3 Hrs   54 Mns   1.50 mph
1,356 ft AEG      49 Mns Break
 
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Decided to head down to Maiden Rock since we like this area. Nobody at the trailhead at the start, saw one trail runner about a mile in. Easy hike for the first mile, with plenty of shade and cool temps. The cliffs above the trail near the beginning were nice, and the talus slope must either hold water or have some voids, because cold air was coming out of the rocks in that section.

Very steep second mile to the lake. Nobody slipped, but I held onto tree roots and branches to help one kid through the steepest parts. Flowing water in the creek, which crossed the trail at one point. Despite the recent dry weather, there were plenty of wildflowers.

Looked like one group camping at the beach, and I'm guessing they arrived in one of the boats in the small bay. Maiden Rock was photogenic. The kids played in the water while we took a break and watched some seaplanes land to the south of us.

Easy hike back out, the steep sections weren't too bad going uphill. Saw one large group of teenagers backpacking in. They were carrying watermelons, I'd have liked to see them carry those through the steep parts. Finished up around lunchtime, but it was still pretty cool weather today. Nice hike, definitely one I'd consider doing again on a future trip.
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Jul 06 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
North Chilco PeakNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 06 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.12 Miles 1,537 AEG
Hiking4.12 Miles   3 Hrs   43 Mns   1.34 mph
1,537 ft AEG      39 Mns Break
 
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Another repeat from last year since North Chilco was one we really liked. The trail is steep, but in excellent condition. Some flowers along the way, and a lot of huckleberries. The last third of a mile is a hike through talus up to the summit. Great views from up top, although it was a little hazy from smoke from the Andrus Fire near Spokane. Easy hike back down. Despite this being a popular trail, we only saw one other group.
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Jul 05 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Mineral Point Trail #82Northern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 05 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.30 Miles 869 AEG
Hiking4.30 Miles   3 Hrs   38 Mns   1.59 mph
869 ft AEG      56 Mns Break
 
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Got started much later than I wanted, but it was the kids’ fault, so I didn’t feel bad they had to hike in the heat. Started from the official trailhead at the east end, and took the trail west and down to where it ends at Green Bay Campground on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille.

Very nice trail. Some ups and downs, but generally down, as it winds through the trees above the lake. Lots of great viewpoints along the way. Very enjoyable walk. At the lake, we took a long break for a snack and swimming. Lots of perfect rocks for skipping rocks. This spot at the lake would be a perfect spot to photograph clouds moving in over the lake on an autumn day. Will have to keep that in mind.

We all got our shirts wet for the warm hike back up to the trailhead. Enough shade to break up the warm sections. Great little hike. The last few miles of dirt road are a little rough, but should not pose clearance problems for most sedans.
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Jul 04 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Caribou Ridge #79Northern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 04 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking11.96 Miles 2,415 AEG
Hiking11.96 Miles   8 Hrs   49 Mns   1.52 mph
2,415 ft AEG      57 Mns Break
 
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Got started to reasonably cool temps, although I wished we’d started an hour earlier. Headed uphill with plenty of shade. Took our time through the steeper lower section. Lots of flowers and trees. The trail is in pretty good shape, especially the upper two-thirds. A few breaks here and there, but the kids never complained about the climb.

No views at the summit of Mt Coeur d’Alene, but we had a snack where I think the tower used to be before heading back down. A tad warm in places on the descent, but overall pretty nice. Two two trail runners and three bikers—that was it for the day. I didn’t have high expectations for this hike, but it definitely exceeded them. I’d do this one again without hesitation.
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Flowers along the entire length of the trail.
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Jul 01 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Blacktail MountainNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jul 01 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.30 Miles 1,717 AEG
Hiking4.30 Miles   3 Hrs   26 Mns   1.49 mph
1,717 ft AEG      33 Mns Break
 
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We did this hike last summer and really liked it, so it was on our list for this trip too. Got started under sone partly cloudy skies, but the entire trail is shaded anyway this early in the morning. Made our way uphill, which is short and steep, gaining 1600’ in two miles. The trail is rocky in a few places, but in generally good shape. The kids ate some not quite ripe huckleberries, those tasted good anyway, and sampled something called Utah Honeysuckle, which they didn’t particularly care for.

Once at the saddle, we turned right and headed up to Blacktail Mtn. This last bit is most level, has a lot of flowers, and nice views along the pleasant walk. Took a break at the summit, and were welcomed with a light rainshower. The summit has plenty of rocks to sit on, and great views in most directions.

The hike back down was easy, but starting to get warm at the end. Didn’t see anyone else on the trail. If I lived in this area, this hike would be a go-to workout hike in nice weather.
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Jun 30 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pyramid Pass Trail #13 - Idaho Panhandle NFNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jun 30 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.65 Miles 1,846 AEG
Hiking6.65 Miles   4 Hrs   45 Mns   1.56 mph
1,846 ft AEG      30 Mns Break
 
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Much cooler temps at the trailhead than back in Sandpoint or Bonners Ferry. Got started before 0800 and made our way uphill. Lots of shade, and not too buggy. The trail is in good shape and the incline is fairly steady. Took our time heading up, making our way over three or four downed trees. Quick break at the saddle before continuing north.

Debated continuing all the way to Long Mountain, but it had a little more elevation gain than the kids wanted, so we turned around near the end of Pyramid Pass trail. I’ll come back to this area next summer to do more of the trails up here. Quick hike back down, made easier by the crew that had cleared the deadfall behind us.

Headed over to Pyramid Lake, where the kids swam and chased frogs. The trail past Pyramid Lake and up to Ball Lakes looks STEEP. Again, another obe for next year.

Easy hike back down to the trailhead, but it was getting warm. Saw two backpackers at the parking area when we finished, they were heading up to Long Mountain Lake. Other than the trail crew, they were the only other people we saw.

Great area, with a nice feel of isolation.
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Jun 29 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Gem Lake Trail #554 - Idaho Panhandle NFNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jun 29 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking2.80 Miles 1,178 AEG
Hiking2.80 Miles   2 Hrs   38 Mns   1.27 mph
1,178 ft AEG      26 Mns Break
 
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Was originally going to go to Harrison Lake, but it’s closed due to a moose incident, so we opted for Gem Lake instead. This area has a ton of great trail options.

Warm and muggy as we headed uphill, but the trail had a lot of shade. Tons of bugs though. The trail is short and steep, but in good condition. All the vegetation swallowed the trail in places, and was taller than the kids.

At the lake, the kids swam in the water while I tried to avoid mosquitoes. Quick hike back downhill and we were back to the car pretty quickly. Didn’t see anyone else on the trail, but there was a tent set up at the trailhead.

Since we still had some time to kill, we drove up to the Lunch Peak Lookout, which had great views. Crap road though. Nothing requiring a ton of clearance, just super rough the entire way.
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Lake looked completely full.
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Jun 27 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Granite Peak Trail #137 - Idaho Panhandle NFNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jun 27 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking9.27 Miles 2,505 AEG
Hiking9.27 Miles   6 Hrs   50 Mns   1.55 mph
2,505 ft AEG      52 Mns Break
 
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Finding the trailhead was half the adventure, and I had made a driving route to follow. The hike details on the Natl Forest webpage were partial at best. Got to the start of the trail just after 0630. Cool temps to start, but no clouds and we knew it would warm up. Luckily the first mile was completely shaded. Four downed trees to negotiate, but only one required any real effort.

Coming around the first saddle, the views opened up. This was a very pretty section of the hike. Got some shade again at the next saddle, then sun again through the next meadow.

Passed an old mine, which had a pile of snow at the bottom. The kids ran down to it, but I told them not to step on it. I didn’t want to blindly assume it was solid ground under the snow in a mine.

After that, there was a mile of road walk. Warm in the sun, but got shaded pretty quickly as we were once again heading uphill. Passed a spot that caught my eye, but nothing really indicated the trail was there. I should have looked closer. Once the road reached the next saddle, the Forest Svc maps indicated the trail would turn north again, away from the road. In person though, there was no trail to be found. I knew the spot that I noticed a ways back must have been the trail. Did I want to make the kids head back downhill, just to go back uphill again? Anyone with kids knows the answer to that. Luckily the slope was not very steep and was fairly clear, so we headed offtrail up the slope, knowing we’d hit the trail at some point. Sure enough, we found it and continued to the peak.

One steep section going around 6805, then the trail turned to talus, which the kids loved. A fair amount of snowdrifts along the top half mile, but only one on the trail. The final climb to the summit of Granite Peak is very pretty, with views all around. Sat in the shade of the giant summit cairn, had a snack, took pictures, and watched the kids chase ladybugs.

The hike back was fairly easy. Managed to stay on the trail the whole time. Saw where a tree was obscuring the trail sign that I missed, so I moved that a little bit. There were a few complaints about that mile walk on the road, and the big (400’) gain in the final stretch, but once we were over that, the final mile was a breeze in the shade.

Saw nobody else all day. No wildlife but elk tracks. Fun trail with nice scenery and nice to have it all to ourselves. Finished up with a late lunch at City Limits Brewery where the road gets into Wallace, we’ve eaten there a few times and it’s always good.
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Jun 26 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pulaski Tunnel TrailNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jun 26 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking4.01 Miles 847 AEG
Hiking4.01 Miles   1 Hour   30 Mns   2.77 mph
847 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Quick hike while everyone else was still sleeping. Easy hike, the trail is in excellent shape. No views since you’re down in a canyon surrounded by trees. At the end, crossed the creek over to the tunnel entrance, which is barred to prevent access. Steep drop down to the creek there, but was able to hold onto branches to keep from sliding. Cool, but humid. Did not see anyone else.
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Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
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41 female
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
South Wallace Stairs, ID 
South Wallace Stairs, ID
 
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LindaAnn
Walk / Tour1.02 Miles 282 AEG
Walk / Tour1.02 Miles      41 Mns   1.70 mph
282 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
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Same stair tour as last year. Five flights of stairs, spaced out one block apart. Started again from “The Center of the Universe” intersection. However, this year, we went up one flight, over a block, then down the next flight, and so on. Kind of a cute way to see the old houses perched on the steep hillside. A little warm and humid, no breeze.
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Jun 25 2021
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Moon PeakNorthern, ID
Northern, ID
Hiking avatar Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking2.36 Miles 808 AEG
Hiking2.36 Miles   1 Hour   32 Mns   1.67 mph
808 ft AEG      7 Mns Break
 
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Had some time to kill before checking into the hotel, so we headed up to Moon Peak. Short hike, more of a workout, but nice views. Last year, it was foggy with temps in the 30s when we did this one. This year, it was 40 degrees warmer, but we actually got to see more than a few yards in any direction. The short offtrail to the summit isn’t too bad, staying slightly left (south) seems to avoid the worst of the vegetation.
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Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
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Bitterroot Trail - National Bison RangeWestern, MT
Western, MT
Hiking avatar Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking0.48 Miles 37 AEG
Hiking0.48 Miles      17 Mns   2.22 mph
37 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Visited the National Bison Range since it was highly recommended by @tibber

Short little trail in the upper elevations of the refuge. Great views in all directions. Saw a handful of bison below us, and a few deer at the edge of the trees. Lots of wildflowers.
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Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
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High Point Trail - National Bison RangeWestern, MT
Western, MT
Hiking avatar Jun 25 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking0.94 Miles 233 AEG
Hiking0.94 Miles      33 Mns   2.01 mph
233 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
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Second hike in the refuge, which starts about a mile past the first hike. Headed up the old road/trail to the summit of Red Sleep Mountain. Amazing views in all directions, plus some nice clouds made for some good light and shadows. Easy hike up, with plenty of room to sit at the top. No wildlife seen on this hike, but my photoset has some pictures taken along the loop road.
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Jun 23 2021
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 Ahwatukee, AZ
Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace TrailsYellowstone, WY
Yellowstone, WY
Hiking avatar Jun 23 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking3.81 Miles 616 AEG
Hiking3.81 Miles   2 Hrs   8 Mns   2.04 mph
616 ft AEG      16 Mns Break
 
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Got to Mammoth a little before sunrise and got started. Parked at the north end of the terrace trails, and walked all three levels—Lower, Main, and Upper. Lower and Main is mostly boardwalk. Upper is really just walking the loop road rather than driving it. Nice to beat the crowds, good sunrise, and a lot of neat features to see.
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Jun 23 2021
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Grand Prismatic Spring, WY 
Grand Prismatic Spring, WY
 
Hiking avatar Jun 23 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking1.18 Miles 67 AEG
Hiking1.18 Miles      35 Mns   2.36 mph
67 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
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Quick walk around the boardwalk at Grand Prismatic. Busy, but we were still ahead of the worst of the crowds. Not sure which is more annoying—natural wood boardwalks that splinter everywhere, or composite boards that stay in much better shape but are slippery from the constant steam from the springs. I was just waiting for someone to slide off the edge of a boardwalk, but no excitement of that sort while I was there.
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Jun 23 2021
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Upper Geyser BasinYellowstone, WY
Yellowstone, WY
Hiking avatar Jun 23 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking2.49 Miles 121 AEG
Hiking2.49 Miles   1 Hour   23 Mns   2.33 mph
121 ft AEG      19 Mns Break
 
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Casual wandering around Upper Geyser Basin. Busy, as expected. My kids thought I was making fun of people a little too loudly. Found some huckleberry vodka in one of the gift shops. I’m sure it was way overpriced, but I grabbed a bottle for myself anyway. Saw one lady drop her keys right through a crack in the boardwalk, not in a good place either. I didn’t stick around to see the retrieval, if there was one.
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Jun 22 2021
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Fountain Paint Pots - Yellowstone NP, WY 
Fountain Paint Pots - Yellowstone NP, WY
 
Hiking avatar Jun 22 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking0.67 Miles 44 AEG
Hiking0.67 Miles      30 Mns   1.83 mph
44 ft AEG      8 Mns Break
 
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More of a walk than a hike. Short trip around the boardwalk at the Fountain Pain Pots parking area. Saw one little geyser erupt.
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