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Nice walk in the woods

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User: Kim - 1/14/2006

Location: 4-C Hiking Trail

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Miles Hiked: 16.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Beautiful, well marked trail. We parked at the overlook and hiked to Pond Camp. Hunters trashed out the area, so we made our own camp not far away. We didn't see anyone else all day Saturday and only one other group of hikers on Sunday. The trail was covered in leaves and views were as good as it gets for the piney woods of East Texas. Ticks are still a problem and one must check often to ensure they don't become a problem.

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