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... wretched. What a climb! Shoulderless and flying traffic. We came to a bridge span that dropped off 10,000' while it simultaneously narrowed to death row for us. We decided to walk on the 18" parapet while holding our bikes in the lane of traffic and not falling into the black abyss. I couldn't look over the edge of the pipe railing that didn't make it to my hip as I proceeded hunched over. When several diesels would cross simultaneously iy would bounce like ...
... pant leg and pull at every step I took. My bladder was running out of water and I now had to climb over fallen trees in order to stay on the trail. We were now surrounded by pines and forest. After a long 10 miles, the trail opened up into Reavis Ranch.
My friend and I had been following closely behind her mom and boyfriend while 2 others were about 20 minutes behind us. The sun was setting so we began to set up ...
... the story of mining's leavings is a sad one. Montana knows well what happens when open pit mining companies rape the land, export the cash and turn their backs on the toxic mess they leave behind.
Arizona laid off 3,000 mine workers in the last two years, then re-hired about a fourth of them this year as copper prices climbed again.
It's a rough life being a miner.
Oh wow, don't get me started. Shawn's gonna cream me.
... entire Peralta hike is just over 5 miles with an elevation gain of 1360 feet. The first half is considered "moderate" which is fine for kids and bigger dogs and physically fit grandmas. The trail is easy to follow up to the Freemont Saddle which is the pinnacle of the hike and the best vantage point for looking over the Superstition and Weaver's Needle, which is a 1220 foot tall rock spire and the most prominent feature that you'll see on ...
... hotter by the minute, and there was a clear blue sky with hardly any clouds, but sadly the views weren't stunning. We arrived at the Sonora Desert Outdoor Museum to find the thermometer had now climbed to 106°F or 41°C, far too hot to do much really, but this was probably the only time we would ever be here, so off we went.
The self-guided trail through desert gardens was beautiful, full of desert-adapted plants & cacti but VERY ...