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    Pronghorn on the Arizona Trail : Clints Well

    I think I am an antelope magnet... Finally I brought a camera with me... Photo sucks but at least I have proof for the doubters... I saw some more just south of Kinnikinick lake for the 2nd time... This part of the trial is just west of FR 82

    Spent 2 days mountain biking this area... Heard elk from my camp, but didn't see any... Saw 2 herds of pronghorns....



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    Makes a great day mountain biking even better (as long as you don't get blindsided by one).

    Sent from my mountain bike while crashing
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    Almost wizard of oz like...
    carpet of flowers.

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    Did a bikepack this weekend up on the Coco....the air smelled like spring....a 2nd crop of wildflowers in SEP is something I've not seen in a long time.

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    I have to agree with not seeing a 2nd crop in a long time... but then again I don't do a lot of visiting the high country in September... I do recall seeing some amazing wildflowers in September north of Silver City New Mexico near the Gila Cliff Dwellings...

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