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Nov 11 2017
hikeaz
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64 male
 Joined May 13 2002
 Tempe, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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hikeaz
Hiking7.00 Miles 552 AEG
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Hiked a bit of a "T" hike, starting at Hardscrabble down to Oak Spring then eastish on the Oak Trail #16 and headed down-and-back the Narrows about an hour each way and then over to the Pine T/H.
Leaves are about 3 weeks past prime but still colorful, especially the maples.
Saw Shawn R. and a couple of com-padres apparently scouting a trail re-route near the Narrows intersection. Also saw the AzT section steward out for a walk on the Oak Trail.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water 4 out of 5 Oak Spring Gallon + per minute Gallon + per minute
Trough is full with flowing water.
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Sep 23 2017
The_Eagle
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64 male
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 Far NE Phoenix,
Good-Pine-Oak-Walnut-StrawBearyfoot, AZ 
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Hiking avatar Sep 23 2017
The_Eagle
Hiking18.48 Miles 2,982 AEG
Hiking18.48 Miles   7 Hrs   45 Mns   2.49 mph
2,982 ft AEG      20 Mns Break14 LBS Pack
 
1st trip
Denny and Joe refused to hike with me 2 weeks in a row.
The Dbacks kept me up late. I slept in until 6:00 and didn't hit the trail until 8:00.

Got dropped off at the Good Enough Trail. First time on this one. It's in decent shape and a short steady climb to The Pine Canyon Trail. Passed up Wild Bill Spring on the way up.

Pine Canyon Trail #26 yields great views down to Pine and back into the canyon. It's a super highway. A brief stint on the Highline trail and I was at the Pine TH.

I had not been on the Oak Spring Trail #16 in over 7 years, since we did the AZT in 2010. It really has a lot to offer. You get to peak at "The Narrows" (on my list) on your way to the picturesque Bradshaw Tank and meadow area. The blind has been changed up from last time through, with the same familiar note inside.

The drop and views into Oak Spring Canyon is what I'd remembered most about this trail. It did not disappoint.

I was going to take a side trip to relive the Butterfly Whisperer moment [ photo ] [ photo ] , but I was on a timetable.

I'd forgotten everything about the Walnut Trail #251. I'm sure there may be some walnut trees here, but most of what I saw were Oaks and Maples on the cusp of their seasonal turning. Worth a visit for sure.

The Pine Strawberry Trail #15 is a MTB highway, yet I saw none. This is an enjoyable trail that has had some slight reroutes since my last time through.

I finished up on the Bearfoot Trail.

I saw 4 hikers total on an absolutely perfect weather day.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
Walnut Canyon's maples are just starting to turn.

dry Bear Canyon Dry Dry


water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water 4 out of 5 Bradshaw Tank 76-100% full 76-100% full
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nathanbrisk
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34 male
 Joined Aug 06 2009
 Phoenix, AZ
Walnut Trail #251Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Mar 21 2016
nathanbrisk
Backpack9.07 Miles 1,212 AEG
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My bros and I had a bit of a hassle getting on the trail!

We were all set to get to the Roger's Canyon trail via the Roger's Trough trailhead . . . I've been into Angel Basin six times, but I've never had enough time to check out the cliff dwellings. In the past, we've started at the Woodbury Trailhead, and lemme tell ya--the hike up to Tortilla Flat (the junction of the JF Trail and the Roger's Canyon Trail) is a beast . . . I don't want to do that hike again (with a pack). So this time, the plan was to bring a high clearance vehicle to the Roger's Trough trailhead. But, I had engine trouble at the last minute. DOH. A low clearance minivan will have to do. :lol:

Next plan--hit up the Barbershop Trail and U-Bar trail on the Mogollon Rim. I've had great experiences there in the past. So we drive up to Woods Canyon Lake to hop on the Rim Road (FS300) only to find that . . . it's frickin' closed. People close roads? Who would have thought? Not me . . . I guess the road wasn't passable or something. Even the visitor center had a sign on the door saying it wouldn't be open until May-ish. So I figured we'd just get on the Rim Road from the west side off the AZ87. We drove back down the 260 into Payson, and my brother pulled over into a parking lot and suggested I call the ranger station. And sho nuff . . . the Rim Road was ALSO closed from the east. So what am I gonna do? I fire up HAZ on my cell phone and try to find something that has water. 30 minutes later . . . voila! Oak Spring Trail out of Pine, AZ it is.

We parked the minivan at 34.3714183, -111.4797109 on Hardscrabble Mesa Rd and headed down the Walnut Trail. I had found from the HAZ entry that Oak Spring was about 4.5 miles in or so . . . . So we made it to the junction of the Walnut Trail and Oak Spring Trail and I thought to myself "well we're looking for the spring, so that must be up the Oak Spring Trail," so regrettably, we took the Oak Spring Trail thinking that Oak Spring was up that way. So we ended up hiking to what we later found out was Bradshaw Tank. There was some good water here for treating at 34.3679893, -111.4558701. That was coo. We set up camp in Bradshaw meadow. You can find our firepit at 34.3688631, -111.4589177, and you can find our awesome natural toilet at 34.3691812, -111.4588189. This seemed to be reaaaaallllyyy close to town. My cell service was off the hizzle. Maybe we shouldn't have camped there . . . not sure. But we were tired and hongry.

That night, I figured that we didn't really find Oak Spring, so it was probably just further down the Walnut trail. So we hiked back to that fateful trail junction and went (a little) further down the Walnut Trail. And there it was . . . Oak Spring. So close . . . great water. We set up camp this next night at 34.3500167, -111.4728984, and we set up another rockin natural toilet at 34.3502227, -111.4724498. You're welcome.

Good 2 night trip
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water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water less than maxwater less than max Oak Spring Quart per minute Quart per minute
plenty of water flowing. Horse trough was full
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May 03 2015
winotron
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38 male
 Joined Nov 12 2013
 Phoenix, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar May 03 2015
winotron
Hiking4.54 Miles 764 AEG
Hiking4.54 Miles   2 Hrs   50 Mns   2.02 mph
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My girlfriend and I were staying at a cabin in Pine for the weekend, and this hike was only about 5 minutes away, so we figured we'd check it out. Didn't expect a whole lot from this hike, but it turned out to be pretty nice. We were thinking we missed the trailhead, but it turns out we actually hadn't gone far enough down the road. The TH is very visible from the road and there's enough parking for several cars. It was a little warm when we got there but there was some cloud cover and a breeze.

Most of the trail meandered gently through the forest. The area is very lush with a lot of greenery. At some points we got some good views of the canyon. There were some nice patches of wildflowers here and there. The area seemed very vibrant and alive. I've never seen so many butterflies in one place!

I didn't do a whole lot of research on this one, so a couple miles in when we got to the sign pointing left to the Oak Spring Trail, we figured that was the way to the spring. You'd think the "Oak Spring Trail" would get you to Oak Spring, right? Nope. Lol. The trail immediately started switchbacking up out of the other side of the canyon and we knew we went the wrong way. We backtracked to the sign and just continued ahead on the Walnut Trail for a few minutes and saw the sign for the spring itself. There were a couple nice little meadows before getting to the spring.

The spring area was a very nice shaded setting, though it was loaded with yellowjackets. Looked to be a good amount of water coming from the spring, but it was hard to see it as it was almost completely covered in greenery. We enjoyed the shade, dodged the yellowjackets, and hung out for a while before heading back. The hike back was a nice stroll. Saw a good sized snake on the way back.
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Oct 13 2013
mazatzal
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63 male
 Joined Jul 28 2004
 Scottsdale, AZ
Whiterock Mesa - AZT #25Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 13 2013
mazatzal
Hiking10.60 Miles 1,860 AEG
Hiking10.60 Miles   6 Hrs   30 Mns   1.90 mph
1,860 ft AEG      55 Mns Break
 
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From Pine TH headed out on Oak Spring trail to the intersection with Walnut Trail and up onto Pine Ridge a bit past Ridge Tank. There is a lot more loose rock on Oak Spring trail than I remember. Autumn colors are just getting going in this area, probably 2+ weeks until prime. Great weather and some nice views of the RIm.
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Oct 28 2012
Sarae
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 Joined May 14 2008
 Tucson, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 28 2012
Sarae
Hiking2.30 Miles 394 AEG
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Wendy and I had spent the weekend in Pine learning about being AZT stewards and trail maintenance in general, and we wanted to stretch our legs a bit and see some fall color before heading back down to Tucson. It was recommended that we check out this trail since we didn't have much time, and it was perfect. We saw maples as soon as we dropped into the canyon. The weather was perfect and we had the trail all to our selves. We didn't make it all the way to the spring, but the trail is a very quick, easy hike. We just spent too much time gawking at the leaves :)
A fun way to end a fun weekend.
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Oct 28 2012
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 Joined Nov 22 2005
 Tucson, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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writelots
Hiking2.30 Miles 394 AEG
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Totally awesome way to wrap up a weekend spent learning more about the duties of an Arizona Trail Steward. Chelsea from the FS recommended this walk to us as a great way to get to some fall color, and she was right! She claims that this area has the greatest concentration of maples in her forest unit, and I can totally see why. What an awesome hike - if only we hadn't had that drive to Tucson looming over us, we might have gone the whole way to the spring
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Jul 25 2010
DarthStiller
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 Joined Jul 05 2006
 Mesa, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 25 2010
DarthStiller
Hiking13.00 Miles 2,400 AEG
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I decided at the last minute to change this hike to a shuttle hike instead of out and back since I looked at tonyp's book and saw that it was 9 miles one way from the Pine TH the Strawberry TH and not round trip. That turned out to be a very good thing because we were pretty tired once we got the the Strawberry TH.

We had lunch at the Strawberry TH and made our way up FR608T (according to Jim's notes), although most maps I have show this as an unnamed trail.

The scenery at the beginning of the Oak Springs trail is very mediocre until you get away from the development. From Hardscrabble Road to 87 was a little nicer as we gained elevation and could see farther. Along FR608T there was only one section where you could get some nice views. We also heard a rattlesnake hiding under a rock along there on our way back but I never saw it.

The clouds threatened rain most of the day but none hit us until the ride home. It was a bit muggy and I was drenched by the end of the day. There were some nice breezes here and there but not enough.
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Jul 25 2010
Tough_Boots
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 Joined Mar 28 2008
 Phoenix, AZ
Oak Walnut Strawberry Salad AZ, AZ 
Oak Walnut Strawberry Salad AZ, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 25 2010
Tough_Boots
Hiking13.70 Miles 2,800 AEG
Hiking13.70 Miles   6 Hrs   40 Mns   2.06 mph
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Okay, I'll go with the generic salad on this one. We did a shuttle starting at the Pine TH and took the Oak Creek Trail to Hardscrabble Road. We then hit trail #15 up to the Strawberry TH and then cut down the 87 to what Jim has figured out to be FR608T (an old jeep road). I had a great time meeting some of the HAZ crew.

Trail #15 turned out to be a nice little gem of a trail with great views over pine and the few people we saw on it were worth having conversation (or at least making jokes) about. I think most of us expected a flat, barren stretch of trail due to the seemingly lack of use, but we were pleasantly surprised.

FR608T was the real pumpkin of the day for me but worth getting up. The first stretch is rocky and steep as all get out and my lungs tried to tell me "no." Letting the crew go on with out me, I took a nice rest on a rock for 20 minutes and continued up. Pretty soon the road turns less rocky and into a more comfortable climb taking you into pine areas with a few really amazing views. This road is getting a new name by the crew and I personally vote for Jim's first idea but I don't think that one will win out.
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The_Eagle
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64 male
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 Far NE Phoenix,
Oak Walnut Strawberry Salad, AZ 
Oak Walnut Strawberry Salad, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 25 2010
The_Eagle
Hiking13.80 Miles 2,908 AEG
Hiking13.80 Miles   6 Hrs   28 Mns   2.13 mph
2,908 ft AEG
 
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I really enjoyed this hike more than I expected. Jim got us up to the Strawberry TH (unmarked, at the 270 mile marker), where we met The Stillernator, aka Stiller, aka Chris, Tough Boots, aka Kyle, and set up the shuttle back to the Pine TH.

The first bit until you get to the Bradshaw Meadow Watershed Project was a bit bla, but then there was some great terrain and views. Not that tough of a hike but enough to get a workout. Views from Trail #15 (the Strawberry-Pine Trail from what I've been able to find) were pretty darn nice. Blue skies and Big white puffy Fraley's were a welcome site. We took a bit of lunch at the Strawberry TH and then started the journey across Rt 87 to what is now known as Rock Wall Trail 608T. This is an old jeep trail that starts at Rt 87 and cuts off some distance going north to meet Rt 87 once again. Someone put a bunch of work into this route building 20' tall rock retaining walls on the inside corners of the switchbacks in at least 5 different places. I was impressed. But then again I'm easily impressed. This trail had one rocky section that was a bit hard on the feet after a day of hiking, but it didn't last long.

A great day of hiking with new partners Chris (Stiller) and Kyle (Tough Boots minus the Beard).
Equally great to see and jab with Jim again and thanks for driving! (Beware of the gas station breakfasts)
Joe-Joe as always great hiking w/ you.
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59 male
 Joined Oct 02 2009
 Phoenix, Az
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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steveforbes
Hiking4.00 Miles 400 AEG
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Quick run to pine for firewood. Snuck in a little hike before the storm rolled in
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34 male
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 phoenix
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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berkforbes
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
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Did this short hike after a nice morning collecting firewood to bring back to the valley... Sure seemed like a lot more than only 200' AEG.. I didnt have the gps on me tho so i cant verify..
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Sep 20 2008
PineTim
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63 male
 Joined Jun 04 2008
 Phoenix and Pine
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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PineTim
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles   3 Hrs      1.33 mph
200 ft AEG
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I actually did this hike in reverse starting at the Pine Trailhead and ending at Hardscrabble Road since it is closer to our little cabin from there.
I got on the Oak Spring Trail #16 around 7:00 am and was delighted with the quiet, peaceful trek after crossing Highway 87 / Beeline. When I reached Bradshaw Meadow, I was greeted by 15 or 20 Turkey Buzzards in the dead Pine trees there making me wonder what I was getting myself into, but, they just leisurly flew away as I passed beneath them. As I hiked above the Narrows, I started seeing evidence of the neighborhood Elk and I did see a White Tail that was way too fast for me and my camera.
I stopped at a high point lookout that gave me a nice view of the spring below, one I had not seen before. After a break at the nearby geocache, I found some fantastic wild Columbine flowers growing in the spring that was running nicely after a recent rain.
I started my way up and out on Walnut Trail #251 which is one my favorite trails in Pine stopping only to munch on a wild apple off of a creekside tree.
In all, this was a very enjoyable hike for me with lots of diverse scenery and just the right mix of strenuous and leisure hiking. :D
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May 26 2008
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37 male
 Joined Oct 13 2005
 Tempe, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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cowsnose
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
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200 ft AEG
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 Phoenix, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
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getwithit
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
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must have been confused on the directions, i stopped where there was a trail marker for walnut trail, and pine . went down into the creek after the marker and decided to stop for lunch. with the kids we decided to not continue with "is it around the next corner?"
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 Mesa, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
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JadeEir
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
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I took my brother-in-law out on this trail. He does not enjoy hiking, but enjoyed this little venture. It was easy and scenic enough to provide a pleasant experience for him. The area was relatively quiet, until we encountered a few passing quads. My camera died so the pics are limited.
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 Joined Feb 05 2002
 Phoenix, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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Lizard
Hiking4.00 Miles 200 AEG
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Camped at Pine trailhead on Friday night then hiked down through "the narrows" on Saturday. This is an interesting canyon. Its very brushy and in some place somewhat boring. However, there are some nice pools and two sections of very nice narrows along the way. There is one section where the canyon slots up and drops through a number of falls connected by pools that is VERY nice. There is one fall that looks like a mandatory rappel, however you can scramble up to a little outcrop to the right and then down the talus in order to bypass this obstacle.

I somehow overshot the point where the unnamed "narrows" canyon connected to Oak Spring Canyon, so I ended up going really far down Oak Spring Canyon and into Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. I then hitchhiked back to my truck.

Nice canyon. Worth doing if you are into canyoneering, but if you have more of a general interest this hike will probably frustrating and somewhat boring.
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AZOutdoorsman
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 Chandler, AZ
Oak Springs from Hardscrabble RdPayson, AZ
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AZOutdoorsman
Hiking6.00 Miles 200 AEG
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Dropped down into Pine Creek Canyon south of Pine and followed to Oak Spring Canyon. Took OSC to Trail 16 - sort of ; ) and back to the top of the canyon. Would have been better earlier in the season when the creek was still running.
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mazatzal
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 Scottsdale, AZ
Whiterock Mesa - AZT #25Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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mazatzal
Hiking9.40 Miles 1,500 AEG
Hiking9.40 Miles   6 Hrs      1.94 mph
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PIne TH to Ridge tank and return.
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