Nice trail, but...

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User: golfnut4u - 11/1/2005

Location: Southeast Metropolitan Park

Rating: 2point5stars
Difficulty: 2point5stars  Solitude: 4stars
Miles Hiked: 5.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Returned to the parking lot to find my car stereo stolen. Car window had been pryed open enough to unlock door, and they then disabled the door sensor for my alarm (apparently). There had been 1 car in the lot when we arrived, and we only saw 1 hiker/exerciser (don't know if either was related to the incident). My car was the only one in the lot when we returned 3 hours later. Reported to the Rangers, but they hadn't seen anything going on. Big time bummer! The trail was nice, but fairly muddy due to the rains yesterday. There is a significant stench around the majority of the trail. Is there a sewage treatment plant nearby?

Area around Southeast Metropolitan Park
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