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    Feeling "Superstitious" Tonight. Let's take a hike!


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    That is one long hike, and you can't make any mistakes. Wonderful area to explore. I have not been getting out much lately, the vehicle I now have is not so mountain worthy,
    hopefully can change that, love the Bradshaws. Superstitions are great too. Five days in the wilderness is probably a bit more than I would want, some of the areas are so
    quiet, the silence is numbing. Those old windmills are cool.
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