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Lots of Bluebonnets soon...peak is April 10th

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User: sandew - 3/18/2015

Location: Brushy Creek Lake Park

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Miles Hiked: 6.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

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Easy walk with some slight elevation on a wide sidewalk...nice walk from Twin Falls (usually has lots of water) area with lots of parking by the YMCA off highway 183 in Cedar Park.  Usually walk 3 miles almost to the dam at the lake and then back for a total 6 miles.  Fields of bluebonnets are a nice bonus March-April.  Just have to watch out for bike riders on the same sidewalk.



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