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On Horseback in Deer Creek Hills
California

On our hike through Deer Creek Hills we met three volunteer docents on horseback. Dave, Julie, and Sue were their names if I recall correctly.

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Uploaded: 18/02/2013
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Tags: horse; horseback; riders; deer; creek; hills; volunteers; rancho; murietta; sierra; nevada; foothills; california
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