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#3867464 - 09/27/15 08:52 PM cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota
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I guess the title says it all ... around Lake Bemidji the first evening, then down to Baxter, and back to Bemidji over four days last week. What a great facility! Beautiful state, friendly people, and good food.

With side trips & detours, racked up 377 km (about 230 miles). Rode my '02 Rocky Mountain Fusion MB to match my wife's Giant Iguana MB. Youngest son rode his custom single-speed 29er that big brother had built for him.

Wish I could have brought back the the '70 Pontiac Catalina I saw for sale in Jenkins. Wouldn't have fit in the panniers ...

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#4110113 - 05/29/16 10:46 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Did the same trip with my wife this past week. It was quite different in May vs. our previous trip last September.

Rode the same mountain bikes as in my original post, and put on 369 km.

Just the one flat tire, and surprisingly it was a front one.

Beautiful state with lots of good people. Great pizza @ Ole & Lena's Sweet Revenge in Pine River.

The Pontiac was gone, but this time we saw a '72 Mustang for sale.

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#4128184 - 06/18/16 10:32 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Originally Posted By: Number_35
I guess the title says it all ... around Lake Bemidji the first evening, then down to Baxter, and back to Bemidji over four days last week. What a great facility! Beautiful state, friendly people, and good food.

With side trips & detours, racked up 377 km (about 230 miles). ...


Can you please post a bit more details about the route? What locations did you spend the night at and recommendations for overnight?

That is a trail that I hope to do in the future.

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#4129272 - 06/19/16 09:58 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Cressida]
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[/quote]Can you please post a bit more details about the route? What locations did you spend the night at and recommendations for overnight?

That is a trail that I hope to do in the future. [/quote]Glad to! We started and finished in Bemidji, and stayed at the AmericInn. Nice clean rooms, and they let us keep the bikes in the room and our van in their parking lot while we were cycling.

The trail is about 100 - 110 miles long, depending on whether you take the Heartland connector or the shorter Shigobee bypass. Therefore, if you're doing the one-way trip in two days, it makes sense to stay in Hackensack. However, accommodations in Hackensack are quite spartan. There's the Owl's Nest Motel which is pretty basic but clean and functional. We stayed there in September but for our more recent trip in May tried the little lake front cottages. These were even more rustic albeit quite expensive for what you got. (This is not meant as criticism - there was a loft with extra beds, and for a large family or a group of fishermen it would have been pretty economical.)

We cycled around Lake Bemidji the first evening and then to Hackensack the 2nd day. An alternative would have been to cycle around the lake and then only to Walker for the 1st day, and then to do a longer day to Baxter the 2nd day. We stayed in The Country Inn in Walker on the return trip and loved it.

We stayed in the Comfort Suites in Baxter (only a mile or so off the Paul Bunyan Trail) and found it very good as well.

Restaurants we particularly enjoyed:

Zona Rosa (Mexican) in Walker

Prairie Bay (wood-fired pizza) in Baxter

Ole & Lena's Sweet Revenge (nostalgia-themed diner) in Pine River - superb pizza! Incredible desserts!

Viddles & Joe (hearty breakfasts) in Hackensack

Birchwood Char House & Bar (hearty suppers) in Hackensack

I hope you have the chance to do this! It's a great experience and I hope to be back.

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#4129352 - 06/19/16 11:48 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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It looks like your route had some similarity to this current MN tour that I had looked at a few months ago but my schedule didn't work.

http://www.tourofminnesota.com/route.html

I've never been north of Minneapolis so this could quite interesting country to explore.

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#4129505 - 06/20/16 07:15 AM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Cressida]
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That is great value! As part of the tour you get to cycle part of the Heartland Trail, which we'd like to do someday but haven't yet.

We found the Paul Bunyan an excellent trail to do a self-supported ride on. Of course I carry tools, and we did have one flat this past time.

I should have mentioned that there's a great bike shop just S of Jenkins - Crow Wing Cycleworks - lots of good merchandise at good prices, a manager (Tom) who's a really good person with a fascinating life story, and an array of self-serve tools.

I hope you do get to cycle this, and have a great time.

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#4557781 - 10/28/17 09:17 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Well, we did it again a month ago, with a few changes from our first two trips. Day 1, in the rain, around Lake Bemidji and then down to Walker. Day 2, we took the Heartland Trail W to Park Rapids and back to Walker. Day 3, S to Pequot Lakes. Day 4, N back to Walker. Day 5, back to Bemidji. Stunning fall colours, great people, good food ... it was a wonderful trip. About 360 km overall. We particularly enjoyed meeting 'The Madd Trapper' (Dave Belair) and his wife in Zappy's Cafe in Akely, and then a day later in Pine River.

We still need to check out the NE branch of the Heartland Trail, and to take the PB extension from Baxter/Brainerd down to the Crow Wing state park.

Highly recommended!

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#4690020 - 03/09/18 09:00 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Some photos:

Day 1 - Evening ride around Lake Bemidji, September 2015





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#4691901 - 03/11/18 08:39 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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A few more shots - here's Bemidji to Hackensack, September 2015:





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#4691907 - 03/11/18 08:46 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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And here's Walker back to Hackensack, also September 2015:




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#4691915 - 03/11/18 08:58 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Hackensack back to Bemidji, September 2015. The first part of the ride, to Walker, was quite misty:






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#4692636 - 03/12/18 04:41 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Looks like another great time.

If you are from the area, what can you tell us about this upcoming tour and route?

http://www.tourofminnesota.com/home.html

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#4692736 - 03/12/18 06:32 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Cressida]
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I have never ridden that ride, but the area is beautiful. Part is out on the prairies and will be fairly flat. Lots of corn and beans out there. Part is through the lakes country and it is always beautiful. Still a lot of corn and beans. You have to look for steep hills in that part of Minnesota, but not a flat as here in North Dakota. Do wear mosquito repellent or you will be eaten for lunch when you stop.
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#4692811 - 03/12/18 07:14 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Cressida]
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Originally Posted By: Cressida
Looks like another great time.

If you are from the area, what can you tell us about this upcoming tour and route?

http://www.tourofminnesota.com/home.html
That looks like a great deal! (But at this point I'm too old to pack a tent and sleep on the ground.) Formerly the 'Klobuchar Ride', I'm guessing it was likely initiated or popularized by Jim Klobuchar, Minnesota author and newspaper columnist in the Twin Cities. (Minneapolis Tribune?) A couple of friends here are Vikings fans, and back in late-80s one of them lent me Klobuchar's book about Fran Tarkenton. It was a good read. I ran the Twin Cities marathon a couple of times, and enjoyed reading Klobuchar's column when down there. This was all pre-internet when it was harder to get out-of-town news.

We're not from the area, but I read about the Paul Bunyan Trail in our local broadsheet, in an article lamenting the lack of similar trails here. It's only a half-day drive from Winnipeg to Bemidji, so it's not hard to get there.

The 'Tour of Minnesota/Klobuchar Bike Ride' looks to take place in part on the Central Lakes State Trail (Fergus Falls to Alexandria). We hope to ride it, and the Lake Wobegon Regional Trail, this summer.

http://www.centrallakestrail.com/

https://lakewobegontrail.com/

From what I can see on the 'net, the Tour of Minnesota looks excellent - if you can, go for it, and please let us know how it was.

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#4692825 - 03/12/18 07:21 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: DangerousDan]
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Loc: Winnipeg MB CA
Originally Posted By: DangerousDan
I have never ridden that ride, but the area is beautiful. Part is out on the prairies and will be fairly flat. Lots of corn and beans out there. Part is through the lakes country and it is always beautiful. Still a lot of corn and beans. You have to look for steep hills in that part of Minnesota, but not a flat as here in North Dakota. Do wear mosquito repellent or you will be eaten for lunch when you stop.
Dangerous Dan, most of the BP and Heartland Trails are rail-to-trail conversions, and so are quite flat. The exception is the bypass around Walker, which features some very steep hills. The alternative, which runs from S of Walker to Walker, is the Shingobee Connection Trail, which also features some good climbs. We've ridden the PB once in late May and twice in late September, and weren't bothered by mosquitoes. Perhaps it was too early or late in the season for them. Agreed, they do exist in northern Minnesota - we camped @ Lake Bemidji State Park in '98 and visited Itasca State Park, and were nearly eaten alive. It reminded me of home.

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#4692931 - 03/12/18 08:51 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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And here are a few shots from our trip in May 2016:

Walker to Hackensack -

Relief stop @ Guthrie


Heading S towards Walker


Lunch stop in Walker - fine Mexican food @ the Zona Rosa



Junction of the Heartland/Paul Bunyan/Shigobee Connection trails S of Walker



Sunset in Hackensack

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#4693548 - 03/13/18 02:52 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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I've done the complete trail 7-8 times. It's great. Normally park at Crow Wing State Park, two days to Bemidji, turn around and head back to Crow Wing. Usually a 4-5 day trip. Mosquito's always bad at Crow Wing without exception. I always wear long sleeves and a mosquito head net when I need it.














Edited by Rocky123 (03/13/18 03:02 PM)

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#4693689 - 03/13/18 05:21 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Rocky123]
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Rocky, nice bike, and nice panniers. Looks like you're camping en route?

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#4693716 - 03/13/18 05:48 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Loc: MO
Yes, we do camp in a tent, but we haul the bikes up from Missouri. I'm not retired so I just use my vacations for stuff like this. MN has lots of bike trails, I intend to check them out in the future.

Another favorite place is Des Moines, IA. They have done it right. Hundreds of miles of paved trails with many breweries located along them. They are serious about bicycles in Des Moines. I travel up there a few times a year. Much closer to me than MN.

Jon

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#4694375 - 03/14/18 09:40 AM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Rocky123]
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I did support for Jr when he attempted the TransIowa bike race in 2014. I really liked what I saw of the state. I took my bike as well, and cycled from our campground to Grinnell, the starting point for the race. Didn't know about the cycle trails in the Des Moines area though. We'll have to check those out. It's just a long day's drive for us.

For years and years I was too busy at work to take much vacation, so it just built up. I'm looking forward to cycling some of these trails.

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#4694515 - 03/14/18 11:54 AM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Love Angry Orchard Crisp and am just about to put Cholula on my lunch!

The wife always brings up stuff like this and I think it would be great, but she refuses to exercise regularly and had to give up before 5 miles the last time we rented bikes near some good trails (in SD). She turned around and my daughter and I rode for a few more hours.
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#4694922 - 03/14/18 07:12 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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N_35:
My wife and I have ridden the trail from Park Rapids to almost Walker, had lunch at a place called "Bullwinkle's" which was pretty good, then rode back to the car in Park Rapids. A very delightful ride.

My wife wants to do more weekend rides over in the Walker Minnesota area, and your photos certainly do a good job of selling the idea. They have done a great job of turning the abandoned railroad grades into cycle trails. We moved to Fargo seven years ago, and other than the summers being too hot and humid, it has been a great home.

Lake Itasca is another beautiful place for a short ride. Mostly we ride here in the Fargo area and then have gone to Scotland for long tours the past two years. They don't have mosquitoes in the highlands. They have midgies (also known colloquially in Scotland as "Wee [censored]", er... ah... illegitimate children).

Biting insects are a fact of life in much of the world. We once had to abandon a mountain bike ride around Waldo Lake near Bend, Oregon because we were getting eaten for lunch. Not as big as a Northern Plains mosquito, but they make up for it with their healthy appetite. I have never had an issue with mosquitoes in Winnipeg, but we seem to be there in April or October; before and after mosquito season.

We skied Birds Hill in April, and there were a lot of cyclists out on the roads. Same as here in Fargo. When the air temperature is above freezing it is time to break out the road bike. And there were no mosquitoes.

Scotland is a great place for bicycle touring, and WestJet will take you there for a reasonable price. They do have some steep climbs. We made it about half way up one that was marked at 11% and ran about a mile. Getting a loaded touring tandem up a hill like that is quite a workout. We mostly stick to the "B" roads: one lane with turnouts and pretty slow speed limits.

I also agree about sleeping on the ground. When I lived in Oregon I was in the local fire brigade and I have slept on the ground at wild land fires all that I care to. Seems our idea of roughing it now is staying in a hostel with a shared bathroom.


Edited by DangerousDan (03/14/18 07:13 PM)
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#4695106 - 03/14/18 09:56 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Virtus_Probi]
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Originally Posted By: Virtus_Probi
Love Angry Orchard Crisp and am just about to put Cholula on my lunch!

The wife always brings up stuff like this and I think it would be great, but she refuses to exercise regularly and had to give up before 5 miles the last time we rented bikes near some good trails (in SD). She turned around and my daughter and I rode for a few more hours.
VP, I'm blessed to have a wife who also enjoys cycling. However, it's great that your daughter will cycle with you.

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#4695129 - 03/14/18 10:19 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: DangerousDan]
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Originally Posted By: DangerousDan
N_35:
My wife and I have ridden the trail from Park Rapids to almost Walker, had lunch at a place called "Bullwinkle's" which was pretty good, then rode back to the car in Park Rapids. A very delightful ride.

My wife wants to do more weekend rides over in the Walker Minnesota area, and your photos certainly do a good job of selling the idea. They have done a great job of turning the abandoned railroad grades into cycle trails. We moved to Fargo seven years ago, and other than the summers being too hot and humid, it has been a great home.

Lake Itasca is another beautiful place for a short ride. Mostly we ride here in the Fargo area and then have gone to Scotland for long tours the past two years. They don't have mosquitoes in the highlands. They have midgies (also known colloquially in Scotland as "Wee [censored]", er... ah... illegitimate children).

Biting insects are a fact of life in much of the world. We once had to abandon a mountain bike ride around Waldo Lake near Bend, Oregon because we were getting eaten for lunch. Not as big as a Northern Plains mosquito, but they make up for it with their healthy appetite. I have never had an issue with mosquitoes in Winnipeg, but we seem to be there in April or October; before and after mosquito season.

We skied Birds Hill in April, and there were a lot of cyclists out on the roads. Same as here in Fargo. When the air temperature is above freezing it is time to break out the road bike. And there were no mosquitoes.

Scotland is a great place for bicycle touring, and WestJet will take you there for a reasonable price. They do have some steep climbs. We made it about half way up one that was marked at 11% and ran about a mile. Getting a loaded touring tandem up a hill like that is quite a workout. We mostly stick to the "B" roads: one lane with turnouts and pretty slow speed limits.

I also agree about sleeping on the ground. When I lived in Oregon I was in the local fire brigade and I have slept on the ground at wild land fires all that I care to. Seems our idea of roughing it now is staying in a hostel with a shared bathroom.

Dan, we mixed it up a bit for our third trip - did the Lake Bemidji loop and then down to Walker the 1st day, and then hit the Heartland Trail for the first time, cycling out to Park Rapids and back to Walker the 2nd day. Loved that western leg of the Heartland, and hope to do it again. Stopped at Zappy's restaurant in Akeley on the way out, enjoyed drinks and a piece of pie, and had lunch in Park Rapids. Met the legendary 'Mad Trapper', Dave Belair of Pine River, and enjoyed conversing with him and his wife.

Will post photos of that trip at some point, but suffice it to say that if you enjoyed the Heartland you'll also like the Paul Bunyan.

I like Fargo, and envy your proximity to the Minnesota trails.

You're right, April and October are fine times to visit Winnipeg, although we had very few mossies this past summer. some years they're almost unbearable. The road loop in Birds Hill Park is good, and there are some very enjoyable trails as well. We need to get out there with the fat bikes.

Scotland sounds very good. A sustained 11% - wow!!! On a tandem yet ... hats off to you!

Anyway, who knows, maybe we'll meet up on those Minnesota trails at some point - or shoot me a PM if you're coming up to Winnipeg again!

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#4696104 - 03/15/18 08:47 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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May 2016 - Hackensack to Walker

Made it!



And the reward ...


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#4696119 - 03/15/18 09:05 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Water break in Merrifield or Nisswa - can't remember which. (Time for a GPS camera?)




Mandatory pizza stop @ Ole & Lena's in Pine River:



Here's a challenging climb on the Shingobee Connection Trail (SCT):


Back in Walker!


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#4696137 - 03/15/18 09:19 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Trip #3, September 2017:

Around the lake in the rain, and then down to Walker in drizzle. Beautiful regardless:






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#4696143 - 03/15/18 09:26 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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September 2017 - Walker to Park Rapids and back:




Park Rapids - small-town USA personified:


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#4696158 - 03/15/18 09:39 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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September 2017 - Walker to Pequot Lakes





Brunch (buckwheat pancakes) at Viddles 'n' Joe in Hackensack:


Pine River, another idyllic town:


Very nice lodgings @ Pequot Lakes:

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#4696175 - 03/15/18 10:07 PM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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Pequot Lakes back to Walker, September 2017:










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#4718123 - 04/06/18 09:03 AM Re: cycled the Paul Bunyan trail in Minnesota [Re: Number_35]
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These pictures are beautiful. Some day, I hope to take my kids on that trail.
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