Must cross the Paluxy River twice. Water was near knee deep first cross.

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User: Ed Kotapish - 11/24/2018

Location: Dinosaur Valley State Park

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Miles Hiked: 7.60 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

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We started out with the weather at a chilly 40F. The first river crossing was in near knee deep water for me (knee deep for my daughter). The hike was a nice walk around and under trees, mostly cedars, with slight ups and downs in elevation. The paths were still quite wet even though there hadn't been any rain for almost a week. Very well marked at trail departures. The second crossing was in ankle deep water near the Tracks 2 site. Things warmed up as we went and it was pleasantly warm with a nice breeze when we finished. This hike may become an annual thing for Thanksgiving.



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