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User: Chandler - 9/26/2008

Location: Fort Worth Nature Center

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Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 4.70 Miles  Elapsed Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes

Comments: I notice that others have mentioned there was a lot of trash. We barely saw any, so I'm guessing your voices were heard! For the most part, the hike was pretty easy. The Caprock trail was pretty steep, but the view was great. Saw egrets, blue herons, armadillos, and a deer out on the trails and the boardwalk. The buffalo were out, so we got to see them as well. I'm new to hiking, so saying that this is the best hike I've done yet may not be saying much. Still, we plan to go back to try and do the trails we didn't get to this time.

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