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User: cathmary - 7/13/2003

Location: L.B. Houston Park

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 4.80 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Moderately busy with bikers today. Very shady in places; if you're wearing shades, it can get pretty dark. This was my first time doing the trail, and, overall, I liked it. The last mile or so i ran most of the trail; unfortuntely, I caught up with a tree root and fell... splat! Hit a tree. Despite a sore ribcage and skinned knee, I think the trail was pretty good.

Area around L.B. Houston Park
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