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a fun exhausting three day weekend

nature's sculpture
nature's sculpture
on the main rock
User: jimmy peace - 10/4/2013

Location: Enchanted Rock

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 8.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: this time we spent 3 days and actually i went down into the cave about 400' and volunteered to pick up trash, and we conquered little rock mtn to the left.. going up thru the crevaces, then i conquered turkey peak

Log Photos:
nature's sculpture
nature's sculpture
the rock
the rock
in the cave
in the cave
inside the cave
inside the cave
boulders at little rock mtn
boulders at little rock mtn
up the hard way
up the hard way
my friends on turkey peak
my friends on turkey peak
from the top of turkey peak
from the top of turkey peak

Area around Enchanted Rock

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