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Colorado Trail Summer 2013 — 204 miles

Day 1–5:  Colorado Trail, 46.4 miles, 14.8 lbs, 3 nights, 20130627

Day 6–8:  Crew 445 Colorado Backpacking

Day 9–17:  Solo Hike

Photos Only:  SmugMug

 

Backpacking Certifications

Excellent Pack Dog Certification — Completed

Cedar Ridge Preserve, 10.2 miles, 15.1 lbs, 20130719

Colorado Trail, 46.4 miles, 14.8 lbs, 3 nights, 20130627

Caney Creek / Buckeye Trail Arkansas, 17.7 miles, 14.7 lbs, 2 nights, 20130530

Palo Duro Mother’s Day Hike, 18 miles, 15.2 lbs, Overnight, 20130513

Lost Maples SP, Vanderpool TX, 14.3 Miles, 14.2 lbs, Overnight, 20130329

Advanced Pack Dog Certification

Cross Timbers Trail, Lake Texoma TX, 16.3 miles, 11.8 lbs, Overnight, 20130318

Lost Maples SP, Vanderpool TX, 7.9 Miles (11.6 total), 12.3 lbs, Overnight, 20130312

River Legacy Trail, Arlington TX, 6 Miles, 11.9 lbs, 20130225

Cedar ridge Preserve, Grandprairie TX, 7.1 Miles, 12.1 lbs, 20130224

Black Creek Reservoir, LBJ Grasslands TX, 10.3 Miles, 11.4 lbs, Overnight, 20130202

North Shore Trail, Grapevine TX, 7.2 Miles, 10.8 lbs, 20130106

Beginner Pack Dog Certification

Dinosaur Valley — 9 Miles

Cross Timbers Trail — 7.4 Miles Overnight

Richard Greene Linear Park — 3.7 Miles

Dinosaur Valley — 9 Miles No Pack

Cleburne State Park — 5.8 Miles No Pack

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Human Only Hikes

Eagle Rock Trail

Crew 445 Colorado Backpacking

Colorado Trail Solo Hike

 

 

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Dog:  Gear, Nutrition, Health Issues, etc.

Human:  Gear, Nutrition, Non-dog Hikes

 

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