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Nov 18 2019
RickVincent
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50 male
 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Reverse FlatironPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 18 2019
RickVincent
Hiking7.00 Miles 3,376 AEG
Hiking7.00 Miles   4 Hrs      1.75 mph
3,376 ft AEG
 
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Met up with Troy and we drove out to Hwy 88/First Water TH. On the trail at 6:20am in the dark. Used the headlamp for about 15 minutes before there was enough natural light. Took the Canyon of Waterfalls route from Praying Hands. Off trail past the finger spire and up towards Peak 5027. We took in the awesome sights the whole way and enjoyed the solitude this route offers. Snacks at the peak, then started our way down towards the masses of people making their way up the Draw. Totally different experience. 50 sports bras, maybe more. :app: We were back at the trailhead at 10:20am.
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Oct 26 2019
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50 male
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 Mesa, AZ
Garden Valley LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 26 2019
RickVincent
Hiking5.25 Miles 660 AEG
Hiking5.25 Miles   3 Hrs      1.75 mph
660 ft AEG
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Met up with an old friend, Rand to enjoy a hike out to the Garden Valley Arch and returning through Hackberry Spring. More of a social experience, telling stories and catching up. 51 degrees at the trailhead when we started around 6:30am. 70 degrees upon our return at 9:30am. Perfect conditions.

We were hungry after the hike and went over to Dirtwater Springs for some breakfast. The Spanish omelette was delicious.
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Oct 13 2019
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 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Upper Meadow - Zero Buttress, WV 
Upper Meadow - Zero Buttress, WV
 
Climbing avatar Oct 13 2019
RickVincent
Climbing
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Before heading back up to Pittsburgh, Dean and I stopped at Upper Meadow Gorge for some rock climbing. The area was packed with climbers, so options were limited. We tend to prefer routes in the range of 5.7 to 5.9. We ended up on the Zero Buttress wall climbing a 5.10B called Funiek's Line. Needless to say, when we climb stuff beyond our normal capabilities, we feel like we suck. However, it is always good practice. This is a 6 bolt route with 2 bolted anchors up top. After a few attempts we made it to bolt 3. Forearms were pumped out. We called it a day and got on the road.
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Oct 12 2019
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50 male
 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Upper Gauley River, WV 
Upper Gauley River, WV
 
Rafting avatar Oct 12 2019
RickVincent
Rafting
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A day of water recreation always makes for a great day, especially when the body of water is known as the Upper Gauley River in West Virginia. After a beautiful sunny day of downhill mountain biking, we were faced with a not so sunny, wet, cold and rainy day on the river. But this is Class V whitewater, so getting wet is a given anyway.

We punched our way through the seemingly endless chain of Class III, IV and V rapids. The big 5's like Insignificant, Lost Paddle, Iron Ring, Pillow Rock, and Sweet's Falls being the highlights of the trip along with some time well spent in surf holes such as Hungry Mother. Our fearless leader, Steve Reid, ran us through some wild lines with some great hits. We had one swimmer during our Hungry Mother surf. Other than that, everyone was able to stay in the boat.

ACE Adventure and our raft guides provided yet another great lunch at their camp take out above Sweet's Falls. This is a great location to eat and watch rafts and kayaks make their best attempts at running this massive drop followed sometimes by a trip (planned or unplanned) through the Box canyon.

This was my 5th run down the Gauley, and it never fails to please. Looking forward to the next run.
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Oct 11 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Snowshoe - Downhill, WV 
Snowshoe - Downhill, WV
 
Mtn Biking avatar Oct 11 2019
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Mtn Biking
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This was a fun change of activity. I own a mountain bike, but I can't say I've ever REALLY done Mountain Biking. Doing this at a ski resort made it even more fun, because all the runs go downhill, with a ski lift to cover all the uphill work. Oh yeah! We rented bikes from the Mountain Activity Center (MAC), grabbed our lift tickets, geared up with safety equipment and hit the slopes.

My friend Dean and I racked up about 15 runs over 6-7 hours, breaking once for lunch. We started with a couple easy green runs then immediately jumped into the blue runs. Not wanting to break any bones or hug any trees, this is where we spent most of our day. Runs such as Hootinanny, Dream Weaver, Lucid, Raging Bull and Skyline were some of the favorites. Skyline on the West facing slope was clearly the number one run in my book. A very long run, with lots of rollers and jumps. Being only a beginner at this, I hit the jumps with caution. My brakes were getting a good work out, that's for sure. That didn't stop me from catching the occasional air.

This was definitely a thrill ride similar to a self controlled roller coaster. We went as fast as we felt we could safely go, pushed our own limits a bit, but wrapped up the day with a nice dinner at the resort and without injury.
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Oct 05 2019
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50 male
 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
West Baldy Trail #94Alpine, AZ
Alpine, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 05 2019
RickVincent
Hiking15.00 Miles 2,364 AEG
Hiking15.00 Miles   7 Hrs      2.14 mph
2,364 ft AEG
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Parked at the West Baldy TH and started the hike with my wife at 9:15am. Anna and our dog Enzo, stayed with me for about 2.75 miles. Dropped them off near the creek at the edge of a giant meadow. Set up a hammock for Anna, she grabbed her book and got horizontal while I continued on towards the peak. Her idea was probably better than mine. Now that I've conquered this peak, I think next time I will go with the relaxation plan.

I had one night to acclimate from 1500ft elevation to 8000ft, which is not really enough. I was definitely breathing heavy beyond 10,000 feet. Several other groups on the trail, but I wouldn't call it too crowded. I still had plenty of time to myself, to think, to listen, to contemplate "why" I do this.

Weather was perfect all the way. Blue skies and cool. I filtered water all along the route. Plenty of spots to fill up along the middle and lower stretches of trail. The availability of water makes for a much lighter pack. I rejoined Anna and Enzo on my way back down. I had left them 4 hours prior. They were ready to go, I was ready to collapse. We closed out the final 2.75 miles then stopped for a delicious dinner at Foxfire Restaurant in Alpine. Elk burger and a glass of wine hit the spot.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
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Sep 29 2019
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50 male
 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Peralta to Fremont SaddlePhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 29 2019
RickVincent
Hiking4.90 Miles 1,440 AEG
Hiking4.90 Miles   1 Hour   35 Mns   3.09 mph
1,440 ft AEG
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I rarely hike afternoons. Conditions were perfect for an afternoon hike up Peralta Trail. It was 91 degrees at the trail head at 4:52pm when I started. At this time of day, the entire trail was in the shade. Never saw the sun from the moment I parked. There was also a strong breeze at my back the whole way up. Took 45 minutes to reach the saddle. I stopped for 20 minutes and just stared out towards the needle watching the shadows slowly creep up the surrounding mountains. I had my headlamp, but didn't want to have to use it, so I hustled back down in 30 minutes. Back to the trailhead at 6:27pm.

Road is in pretty decent condition considering the recent rains. Rougher in the low spots, but still okay for 2wd, low clearance car.
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Sep 24 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Treasure Loop to Praying HandsPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 24 2019
RickVincent
Hiking4.00 Miles 1,000 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles   1 Hour   40 Mns   2.40 mph
1,000 ft AEG
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Rain in the forecast but radar looked clear enough to go for a hike. As soon as I parked at the hwy 88 trailhead, it started to rain. Thought about going home, but was tired so I reclined the seat and rested for 10 minutes. The rain slowed a bit, so I put on my rain jacket and started to hike. Rain continued for about 15 minutes and then let up for the rest of my trip.

Very muddy at the start and parts of the trail are so washed out, that it required some extra route finding. I've done this hike dozens of times, but the terrain was so different this morning. Hiking in the dark with only a headlamp didn't help matters. I worked through a couple confusing spots then it was easy going for the rest of the way.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Sep 22 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Rudd CreekAlpine, AZ
Alpine, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 22 2019
RickVincent
Hiking2.10 Miles
Hiking2.10 Miles   2 Hrs      1.05 mph
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Driven by this spot many many many times, and often thought to stop. Finally did. Nice hike. Trail in some areas, but is very primitive. Great views and valley's especially from the high points. I climbed a couple hills along the way to make it more interesting. No water flow at the start, but as I made my way upstream, water appeared and was very lightly flowing. Saw a few osprey along the way, but other than that no other wildlife of note.
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Sep 14 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Superstition Peak 5024 - Siphon DrawPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 14 2019
RickVincent
Hiking7.50 Miles 2,942 AEG
Hiking7.50 Miles   3 Hrs   57 Mns   1.90 mph
2,942 ft AEG
 
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Flatiron via Hwy 88 trailhead on First Water Rd. On the trail at 5:05am by light of the moon and headlamp. Lots of fun creatures lurking in the dark. Saw several tarantulas, a scorpion (my headlamp has blacklight mode) and a few other birds and rodents. This route adds some mileage and time. Miss the old days of parking at Mining Camp. Made it up to the peak in just over 2 hours. Passed a couple groups of 4 on the way up. Was blessed with some cool raindrops about 3/4 way up the mountain. Much needed boost of energy and motivation, but it didn't last long. Soon I was back to huffing and puffing and trying to figure out why I feel compelled to do this on my day off. I had the peak to myself, rested about 10-15 minutes then made my way back down the Draw. Great cloud cover kept the sun rays to a minimum. Arrived at the trailhead 9:02am.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Sep 01 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Clear Creek ReservoirNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Sep 01 2019
RickVincent
Kayak6.50 Miles
Kayak6.50 Miles
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Beautiful warm day for some kayaking on Clear Creek. Unfortunately, the water looked more like mud. Hoped it would clear up as we approached the creek section, but of course, that is where all the murky brown water is coming from. Monsoon season just not the best time to visit this spot if you like crystal clear water. Still, always a joy to look up at the tall sheer cliffs and interesting geology. Quite a few people along the way. Plenty of rock climbers scouting deep water solo routes, boaters in various craft, cliff jumpers and sun soakers.
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Aug 31 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Kinder Crossing Trail #19Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 31 2019
RickVincent
Hiking
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Weekend in Pine with wife and friends. It was already late in the day, but we wanted to get out and enjoy a little dab of outdoors. I had never been to the Kinder Crossing trail, so we made our way there. Parked at the spot where most people park (short of the official trailhead). We hiked down to the trailhead, admired the lookout and views from there then headed back. Really not much of a hike, just more of a scouting trip. Dinner and wine back at the cabin sounded like a better way of spending the rest of the day.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 30 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Aug 30 2019
RickVincent
Kayak9.00 Miles
Kayak9.00 Miles   1 Hour   35 Mns   5.68 mph
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5am power paddle. On the road at 4:05am. On the water at 5am. In at WU and out at Phon. Easily the darkest trip at the start. No moonlight. Headlamps don't do much except light up the land and actually seem to distract by creating bright spots off of paddle. Caught a nice wake-up splash going through Snaggletooth. Very low light going through Pinball, but no problems. Drained the boats after pinball. Could definitely skip this step with some spray skirts, but the stop is just part of the experience now. There is one more nice rapid (river right) past Sheep's Crossing. That one soaked us both. It's kind of an angled rapid, so hull doesn't really break up the wave and it all just comes pouring in over the right side. We continued on and emptied again at Phon. Best part of this trip, was leaving the parking lot. Patrick interrupts to say, "look, roadrunner." I look up. The roadrunner runs in front of us with its head low and then goes into an airborn matrix move while grabbing a grasshopper in mid air. Wish I had caught that on camera in slow motion. Fast trip overall at 1hr 35m. Flow rate at 1390cfs.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 24 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Spring Creek via Young, AZ 
Spring Creek via Young, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Aug 24 2019
RickVincent
Hiking3.00 Miles
Hiking3.00 Miles   4 Hrs      0.75 mph
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Planned and followed my driving route via Google Earth. One thing Google Earth doesn't show you is "how rough are the roads." When I'm on a solo outing like this, I hate getting too remote on primitive roads. Bottomed out a couple times, but I think most likely just the running boards. High risk for flat tire, but no problems with my Cooper's today. I was able to follow the driving route using my Garmin Foretrex, and it got me all the way to a nice cliff edge where I would begin my descent to Spring Creek. Incredible 360 degree views from this high point. I made my descent to the creek, worked my way up stream for about 1/2 mile. Took a lunch break then headed down stream towards what looked like an old abandoned dwelling. There used to be two log structures here. The area is picturesque, on the edge of the tree line, with a large open meadow in front of the dwelling and creek running down below. Would like to know the story of who lived here and when. Swam a bit in the cool water and filtered two bottles of creek water before making my way back up the 700 foot climb.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 23 2019
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50 male
 Joined Aug 20 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Aug 23 2019
RickVincent
Kayak9.00 Miles
Kayak9.00 Miles   1 Hour   37 Mns   5.57 mph
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We were bookin' today. Great flow at 1450cfs. Dropped a shuttle vehicle at Phon then drove up to WU. Started in the dark with head lamps on at 5:03am. Skipped Snaggletooth by taking the left fork. Fairly decent light by the time we reached Pinball. Didn't take on too much water in the rapids so continued on past the bridge without draining the boats. Took on a little more water on the small rapid shortly after the bridge. Pulled over at a sandy beach and drained the kayaks. Back on the water, past Foxtail Eddy, Mud Cliffs, Exit 4 and Coon Bluff to our take out at Phon. Landed the boats at 6:40am.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 16 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Aug 16 2019
RickVincent
Kayak6.50 Miles
Kayak6.50 Miles   1 Hour   24 Mns   4.64 mph
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Fastest flow of the season at 1490 cfs. Started in the dark by moonlight. Didn't need headlamps. Just followed the reflected moonlight on the water. Plenty of light by the time we reached Pinball. Swells are getting bigger compared to the 500cfs flow from earlier in the season. No spray skirts pretty much means we have to pull over and dump water right after the rapids on every trip. Easy enough. Then its back on the river. Plenty of horses, heron, and jumping fish this morning.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 09 2019
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50 male
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 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Aug 09 2019
RickVincent
Kayak6.50 Miles
Kayak6.50 Miles   1 Hour   28 Mns   4.43 mph
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Someone opened up the valve. 1360 cfs this morning. Great surf at Snaggletooth and almost sunk the boat going over a pillow at Pinball.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 04 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Blue Ridge Reservoir - CC CraginPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Kayak avatar Aug 04 2019
RickVincent
Kayak2.00 Miles
Kayak2.00 Miles   3 Hrs      0.67 mph
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Not a lot of mileage on this trip, but that's what happens when you go out with friends and family. We were on the water about 3 hours. Lots of stopping for snacks, and stopping to climb around and jump off rocks. Plenty of fun distractions. Plus, we were all hungry for some pizza at Old Country Inn in Pine.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
Aug 03 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Aug 03 2019
RickVincent
Kayak9.00 Miles
Kayak9.00 Miles   2 Hrs   20 Mns   3.86 mph
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Took an old friend down the river today. Put in at WU and take out at Phon. Boats on the water at 5:10am. Ideal time of day for solitude and plenty of wildlife sightings.
950 to 900 cfs.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
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Jul 31 2019
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 Mesa, AZ
Salt River Kayak, AZ 
Salt River Kayak, AZ
 
Kayak avatar Jul 31 2019
RickVincent
Kayak6.50 Miles
Kayak6.50 Miles   1 Hour   21 Mns   4.81 mph
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Borderline weather didn't stop the morning paddle. Fog layer created a unique mood which enhanced the overall experience. Light sprinkles of rain at the start, then nothing until the drive home.
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This is my gym. I have to travel down a bumpy road to get there. There are no treadmillls, no machines, and no personal trainers. I walk..I run..I breathe the fresh air. I can go any time I want, as much as I want and there is no membership fee.
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