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Nice quiet hike in the Lost Pines

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User: rodavenport - 7/4/2014

Location: Buescher State Park

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Miles Hiked: 9.40 Miles  Elapsed Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes

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Nice trail, its not real strenuous but its nice and shady for a mid summer hike. My mileage was higher than the offical trail map because I did some doubling back here and there. I was really surprised at the low number of people hiking on the trails and the low volume of people in the park.



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