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Apr 13 2019
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Smith Ravine Trail #297Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 13 2019
Peter_Medal
Hiking3.20 Miles 1,176 AEG
Hiking3.20 Miles
1,176 ft AEG
 
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All of sudden had to work so cut short and took the Smith Ravine Road back for a circle loop. Private property on the left, PNF on the right. Ya ain't trespassing if your on PNF land. The ravine was running.
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Mar 22 2019
Peter_Medal
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 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Isabella Trail #377Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 22 2019
Peter_Medal
Hiking1.30 Miles 657 AEG
Hiking1.30 Miles
657 ft AEG
 
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4 legged hike partners 6th birthday collides with Fitness Friday. Did not have a lot of time to be out but needed an hour of cardio.

Isabella TH is
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Mar 08 2019
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 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Mount DavisPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 08 2019
Peter_Medal
Hiking3.60 Miles 1,030 AEG
Hiking3.60 Miles
1,030 ft AEG
 
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Fitness Friday Union-Davis double-dutch horseshoe "lasso loop".

The morning started with grey black clouds with sleeting rain and fog...was hoping for a fresh snow storm for the hike.

No one had been on 285 for a while, the 3 to 4' snow pack had widdled down to about a foot to 18" with no tracks. 1/2 mile down 285 took my North ridgeline express route, half way up the sun was coming out between the low cloud cover. The Walker valley was engulfed with fog while Davis was in full sun. At times, snow drift, I would drop down above my knees. First mile was over an hour. Perhaps snow shoes would expedite the process.

The freestyle drop down Davis NW ridgeline is always fun and I have never been able to trace back the same route. Bumped into a couple of new previous mine digs. Hardly any snow on West exposure of upper Davis. Once I reconvened to the jeep trail that connects to 285 it was a flowing creek (this would be the 2nd left going south on 285 from the TH). All the drainages were flowing.

Felt great to get out for a hike, will have to hit Tritle next week.
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Feb 08 2019
Peter_Medal
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 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Mount UnionPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 08 2019
Peter_Medal
Hiking4.00 Miles 1,099 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles
1,099 ft AEG
 
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Had not hiked in a while due to a bum knee (not sure what happened, torn miniscus? it band, idk...too stubborn to see a Dr.).

Was ready to start running a week ago but Walker & Senator are still very much a icy/snowy/muddy mess. Did not want to risk slipping. Threw on ski pants, ski jacket, gloves, beanie and backpack.... My 4-legged hike partner was mucho excited.. he knew we were going out for a good time..... howling just before launching. Eager to accept getting leashed up (very rare). County plowed our road and Poachers Row, a wonderful surprise.

Kept thinking about BobP and Bruno, the only HAZ'ers that has taken my north ridgeline turn off "Bosses Express" route. I was expected lots of wind...no wind... no clouds, just a perfect day to do a lame snow hike (I prefer blizzardy, white-out, snowy, rainy snow hikes). Had the mountain all to ourselves.

The tributaries feeding into the Hassayampa headwaters were flowing heavy.

Happy to see some new additions on "Cairn Alley" (whenever I tour guide friends on the Bosses route, I have them leave their mark). Did some trail maintenance of the route... will have to bring up a chain saw in the spring, to clear the numerous downed trees that have arrogantly thrown themselves on the trail.
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Dec 24 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Red CreekCamp Verde, AZ
Camp Verde, AZ
4x4 Trip avatar Dec 24 2018
Peter_Medal
4x4 Trip13.91 Miles 1,772 AEG
4x4 Trip13.91 Miles
1,772 ft AEG
 
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Running Red Creek..... to Verde River or bust. This is a challenging 4x4 run. At least 35" wheels and skid plate advised.

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Nov 09 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Reavis Falls CanyonGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Canyoneering avatar Nov 09 2018
Peter_Medal
Canyoneering16.00 Miles 4,500 AEG
Canyoneering16.00 Miles2 Days         
4,500 ft AEG
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Launched at 930pm... broke for camp on the east flanks of Lime Mountain, about 1/2 mile from the 3.4 mile Cedar Basin turnoff. Lime Mountain has been somewhat decimated from a fire (i recall much more trees from my last trip here 4 years ago). The fall colours coupled with the yellow flowers livened the scenery.

Maple spring was dry. As we were out of water, we decided to loop around and set up camp at the mouth of Reavis Creek, filter up, hydrate, have lunch, then follow WallyFrack's route to the Reavis overlook. We should have ascended his down route (up the north ridgeline) in lieu of his up route via the drainage in Cedar Basin. My GPS was spot on (8' accuracy) but the start of his uproute crumbled away and was a 30' cliff. Team insisted on continuing up the drainage. They ended up taking the adjacent west ridge. I kept with the route, took a little over a quarter mile to catch up to it. Brutal bushwhack. Prickly pear. Needley dead prickly pear, skree, cat claw... all the usual suspects. With arms and legs chewed up, enter being pestered by mosquitos, non-stop. Reconnected with the team on the east flanks of the ridge and meandered down the very steep slope Wally took into the drainage. That was one hell of a bush whack.

Video of the prized views of the Reavis Falls Overlook:
[ youtube video ]

5 Guys and One very brave K9 made rappelled off the falls. Our 220' rope had about 17' to spare. Although we all planned for the rap in wet conditions, we were all very thankful there was no water flowing off the falls. David from LHC and his dog Daisy made the first rap. Him and his K9 companion are both experienced rappellers. Here is a video of their launch:
[ youtube video ]

Rappelling off one of the countries tallest falls made the bush whack all worth it. The normally wet green moss on the falls was brown, dry, and crunchy. Figured when I got to the base their would be a pool of water. Nope. Totally dry.

Made it back to camp just before sun down. Saw my smallish kitchen fire ring was still there from 4 years earlier. Improved upon it and added a new grill for it. We cached our Goodwill purchased kitchen supplies for future returns. Hike out on Veterans day was glorious. A little warm at first but once we reached the flanks of Lime Mountain the winds kept us cool.

Great trip. And the burger at Tortilla Flats was the bomb.

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Oct 19 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Hassayampa River - Walker - Senator, AZ 
Hassayampa River - Walker - Senator, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 19 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking3.37 Miles 573 AEG
Hiking3.37 Miles
573 ft AEG
 
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Still recovering from knee injury...tried for my weekly 10k run and petered out, knee still grumbling...took a quick pit on the banks of the Hassayampa Lake to capture some of the last shots of the fall colors. Decided to press forward and make it a fall color hike in the drainage of the Hassayampa. Four legged hike partner thought we were going for a Tritle summit bag and pulled up towards the east mine entrance.... we meandered down the drainage with a pit at Senator Falls, and cleaned up some of the route to the Hassayampa Falls. Putzed around the Senator Mill then headed back home.
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Aspens almost all done. NM Locusts and Gamble oaks, next to go..

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Overflowing.

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Aug 18 2018
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
White Box & Hanging Gardens of WCCCamp Verde, AZ
Camp Verde, AZ
Canyoneering avatar Aug 18 2018
Peter_Medal
Canyoneering3.60 Miles 540 AEG
Canyoneering3.60 Miles
540 ft AEG
 
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The two previous annual trips were rappelling via Meadow Canyon. This year the game plan was to take the non-technical approach previously routed by Joe Bartels. Studied the USGS and Google Earth for an approach. We ended up to far west and into a draw that required a series of detours with hoisting packs and canines. It was a very hot day. 3 Dudes, one very tough female and 2 dogs. For the German Shepard it was her first trip of this kind and was scared much of the way. My 4 legged hike partner, it was old hat for him, and he complied with requests and led where able to. He was in dog heaven. Tyson rocks.

Almost 4 hours to the gardens. The jump off the vine was most refreshing. Happy to see others found our kitchen cache and thank you for the can of Jalapeno Spam. We brought too much perishable food but will savor the Spam for next years journey. We had been talking for years about how to conquer camp fire pizza and pulled it off. We made 5 pies. They came out glorious.

Previous two years we had afternoon thunder showers. This year was just the thunder and lightening. Over night there was ample flooding and the pools were muddy in the morning.

Hike partner Mike was destined to use the alleged "secret trail" or mysterious Bartel route for the journey out. After the brutal and punishing descent, I was all four the swims out via White Box. Consensus no. Let the ascent begin. We followed I think game trails and got in 500' in AEG fairly quickly. Everyone was happy. Then all hell broke loose. We cliffed out a couple times with some serious bush whacking. It was yet another hot day. Taking lots of shady breaks for the canines with lots of water. Watched the cumulus's form to the northeast which rolled in and provided much needed shade. The bowl was its steepest on the upper canyon. We stumbled upon a routed trail about 80' in EG from the top which from this location was just under 1/2 mile from the car camp.

I'd like to try finding this mysterious express route once again in the fall or winter but for future August trips either rap in via Meadow with the swims for the return flight.
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Aug 10 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Harquahala SummitSouthwest, AZ
Southwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 10 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking6.25 Miles 2,960 AEG
Hiking6.25 Miles
2,960 ft AEG9 LBS Pack
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This was not the plan. Improvise, adapt and overcome. Something is better then nothing. I never cancel trips due to inclement weather...other people not so much. Whatev. Was dropped off about 6 miles from the summit on Forest Road 9300 just before dusk. Reconvened with the Prescott 4x4 Club at summit. What a great place with limited light pollution for a meteor shower car camp. We had a fairly clear night for starlight viewing while at the same time watching the lightening strikes from the monsoon storms over Phoenix.

We got slammed with heavy thunder showers around 3am.

Wildlife seen: 2 lime green toads, a tarantula, a scorpion.

Will definitely make a return trip on the northwest official route in the future, in the winter.

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Jun 16 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Mount UnionPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 16 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking4.00 Miles 1,099 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles
1,099 ft AEG
 
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The rain and fog was a wonderful reprieve. First good soaking of the season.
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Mar 17 2018
Peter_Medal
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48 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Mount Washington 7221 - Coronado NFTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 17 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking8.00 Miles 1,950 AEG
Hiking8.00 Miles
1,950 ft AEG
 
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Went with my hiking group.... on the premise that it was going to be bushwhack. Not really, thanks to all the previous HAZ'ers that have cleared up much of the route.

The route was not hard to find with all the litter dumped by illegal aliens.

Most enjoyable was the fact that 70% of the hike was in the shade. All the up and down and up and down and up and down would have sucked in full sun exposure. One and done for me. Veterans/Washington double summits, bagged and tagged.
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Mar 16 2018
Peter_Medal
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 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Walker - Senator - Hassayampa River Trail, AZ 
Walker - Senator - Hassayampa River Trail, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 16 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking5.16 Miles 765 AEG
Hiking5.16 Miles
765 ft AEG
 
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With a fresh 2-3" of snow from the night before coupled with the loud sounds of the Senator Falls, my fitness Friday forest run turned into a hike along the Hassayampa River drainage from the Senator Mill to the Walker Rock Wall. Was nice to see my trail being used. Not nice to see litter. Anytime in the Hassayampa drainage it is a legitimate Mount Tritle hike as your on Tritle.

The Senator Falls had a real good flow.

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Jan 21 2018
Peter_Medal
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 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Walker - Senator Snowshoeing, AZ 
Walker - Senator Snowshoeing, AZ
 
Snowshoeing avatar Jan 21 2018
Peter_Medal
Snowshoeing6.40 Miles 864 AEG
Snowshoeing6.40 Miles
864 ft AEG
 
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Just another beautiful day in paradise.... 18 degrees at launch..... 21 when done. Both the Senator and the Hassayampa falls had good flow. Always good to stop and see the latest art/grafitti at the Senator Mill.
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Jan 13 2018
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
Newman Peak TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 13 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking5.62 Miles 2,680 AEG
Hiking5.62 Miles
2,680 ft AEG
 
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Went with the TLC Hiking Group..... although not really... got separated on Interstate 10... i followed the road route from HAZ and it took me out of the way to a turn off that does not exist any longer. Used the topographic map on route scout to figure out roads to get to the TH. Amazing my little Maxima made it.

I caught up with the crew as they were coming off summit and managed to catch up with them on the descent.

Great hike, great views, thank you to all the peeps that have cleared up the route....not much of a bushwack at all. Glorious first summit bag for the new year. Carpe Diem!
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Jan 06 2018
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
Dandrea Trail #285Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 06 2018
Peter_Medal
Hiking1.10 Miles 319 AEG
Hiking1.10 Miles
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I forgot to kill route scout when back at the trailhead. Maybe Joe can chop it off?
No exploring the mine, water filled.
Arrastra Dandrea Spring had standing water in it.



dry Arrastra Dandrea Spring Dry Dry
Slimy green standing water.....
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Dec 31 2017
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
Santan Mts (Gila) Peak 3104Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 31 2017
Peter_Medal
Hiking6.00 Miles 1,890 AEG
Hiking6.00 Miles
1,890 ft AEG
 
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This has been on my bucket list for a couple years.
The route I mapped was the north ridgeline from Hunt Highway...but my hike partners wanted to use Chumley's approach.

Only wish my 4 legged friend could have made the trip.
Mission accomplished... one and done. Bagged and tagged.
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Nov 30 2017
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
Willow Lake Loop TrailPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 30 2017
Peter_Medal
Hiking5.58 Miles 520 AEG
Hiking5.58 Miles
520 ft AEG
 
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There is FREE parking on the parking lot off of Willow Lake Road (not in the park) or on Willow Parkway. To park at the park its $3 for an all day pass but free on Wednesdays. Noted for future trail runs.

The portion of trail/route between 12 and 3 of the lake is up and down in "The Dells"... there are lots of side trails and merging trails, at times requiring a little "route finding". However, in lieu of cairns, there are obnoxious white dots spray painted on the supposed trail/route.... I felt like Pac Man, eating white dots. But there were no ghosts chasing after me so there ya go.

Made a little side trip to summit the dam.

Water level of the res appeared down about 5 to 8'.

Future trail runs, will park on the free lot on Willow Parkway, then run clockwise to the dock and return and skip the dells portion.
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Yellow/golden cottonwoods.
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Oct 28 2017
Peter_Medal
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 Prescott, AZ
Tumamoc HillTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 28 2017
Peter_Medal
Hiking2.90 Miles 750 AEG
Hiking2.90 Miles
750 ft AEG
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Kinda like North Mtn in Phx....very popular with the locals, educational placards disbursed t/o the asphalt trail. Great views of downtown Tucson.
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Oct 22 2017
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 Prescott, AZ
Mount Union - Mount Davis Trail Run, AZ 
Mount Union - Mount Davis Trail Run, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 22 2017
Peter_Medal
Hiking7.01 Miles 1,171 AEG
Hiking7.01 Miles   2 Hrs   22 Mns   3.07 mph
1,171 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
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Mixing up my weekly run which is usually Walker Road & Senator Highway...yesterday and last week decided creating a new route. This path incoporates a portion of Deandra Drail #285 (Mount Union Trail) and a drive by of the north terminate of the Yankee Doodle Trail #284 where it "T" intersects with Forest Road 9404J.

This route will answer some questions with the first Right fork 60' from the Mt. Union trailhead and the Left fork further up (right goes up Union).

The right fork about 1/4 mile up is where we used to have our long gun range until recently YCSO suggested a much better spot for us. Had never been past this first 1/4 mile... it's trailed up an extra quarter mile with a open area with fire ring, an unknown abandoned mine filled with water a beat up holy car.

I am sure that with the love of bush wacking the path continues and will save for a later date.

The LEFT fork further up #285 is a beautiful ATV trail which is actually a great hiking trail. This would be an ideal snow shoeing path. This road, path or trail, eventually "T" intersects back onto Walker Road. there is a gate here and on the gate is noted as "Pristine Pines Road". Your not trespassing, it is NOT private property even though the gate says otherwise (there is some private property that accesses off this road, but it not "their" road.

I had always wanted to run down 9404J, I've been back to where Knapp Gulch intersects with a couple different routes for a Davis bush wack. My brother has taken this many times as it connects up to Snow Drift Mine Road and Big Bug Mesa Road. This is another great easy peasy hiking trail, ATV road, Equestrian, or connector for the Yankee Doodle Trail. Up and back from Walker Road is 3 miles round trip on 9404J. Ignore the Private Property signs on this road. The "9404J" sign was removed/stolen and several private property/private drive signs were posted. I get it. Some of my neighbors are a can short of six pack.
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Aspen and Oak.
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Oct 08 2017
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 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Annual Fall Colour Run, AZ 
Prescott Annual Fall Colour Run, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 08 2017
Peter_Medal
Hiking6.40 Miles 864 AEG
Hiking6.40 Miles   1 Hour   17 Mns   4.99 mph
864 ft AEG
 
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I lured in my new friends at the High Elevation Training Institute for my annual fall colour run along the Senator & Walker Roads. I had ran the route a few days earlier....some of the same area pix presented....color changes lightening fast. Sad to see much of the Aspens in the Patch have already lost their leaves...

Tritle always packs a heavy fall color punch. I highly recommend him.
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