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From: Las Vegas NV
Jan 3, 2008
Must be an oven in the summer yet...
today, two (very short) days into the year,
it was sunny and warm :)
Fun and user-friendly.
Well worth the stop on your way to or from 'Cut your teeth'
By Brian Waller
May 22, 2008
Once you're at Happy Acres go just past the group of pines in the middle of the canyon. With a large boulder at the mouth of the
alcove(on the right), the wall is hard to miss.
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