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Old 05-14-2021, 03:05 PM   #1
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River Walk

Coming up late next week for six nights. Already plan on doing Hopkins along the Ranney Trail and perhaps a second peak later in the week. Would really appreciate any suggestions for a walk along a river or larger brook. I will have my dog with me, but of all the dogs I have hiked with - and I have hiked with a good number of them - she is easily the best of the lot. I'd like to keep it within 10 miles rt if possible, and the fewer people around the better. All of my climbing and hiking will be done during the week, probably use the weekend to drive around some. I'm staying at Art Devlin's, but I certainly don't mind having to drive to get anywhere.
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