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Fall Kingfisher Hike a Slow Journey with Many Sights at Canopy and Ground Levels

Story by Burnetta Hinterthuer Since I had never been on the Kingfisher Trail at Pinnacle Mountain State Park, my sister and I scouted the trail before I led this hike. Even though she told friends afterwards that she had hiked … Continue reading

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Threebirds Orchid One of August Delights on Kings River Falls Hike

(Story by Burnetta Hinterthuer) OCT. 30, 2011 | While driving Highway 16 on August 28, 2011, I noticed white flowers     blooming along the highway but couldn’t get a really good view of them. Slowing down, I realized that they were … Continue reading

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