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JBtheExplorer

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Went to one of my favorite local places this week. They'd been closed because of the current circumstances but made the call to open back up a couple days ago. It's a relatively small place, but has woodlands, wetlands, as well as restored and remnant prairies. Plus, a river runs through it. They expanded their land significantly a few years ago, but the new area is still not open to the public. They want to restore some wetlands before they add trails, and if I remember right, they said it could be a few years before that gets accomplished.

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Don't know what you do for a living JB but you should be an environmental inspector pay you to take all these hikes. I have hiked 9 miles the last two days ....Getting tooooo old for this.... Doing constructability for power lines . 55 miles to go.
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A leftover photo from last week's hike. The hill I'm standing on provides a great view of the river. Not the best view on camera, but really good in person, especially now before the leaves fill in.

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