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Indian Bend Wash Park at McDowell, Scottsdale, Arizona USA
Arizona
Indian Bend Wash runs down through Scottsdale, Arizona to where it joins the Salt River in Tempe. It is developed along most of its length through the city as a park but also serves as a flood channel during times of infrequent rains. There are bike and pedestrian paths and a large area for skateboards shown in the accompanying picture.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
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Uploaded: 08/06/2011
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: scottsdale; indian; bend; wash; park; mcdowell; arizona; flood control
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