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On the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the stream

On the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the stream As much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brushThumbnailsNice, a little pinyon pine growing on the side of Butcher Knife CanyonAs much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brushThumbnailsNice, a little pinyon pine growing on the side of Butcher Knife CanyonAs much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brushThumbnailsNice, a little pinyon pine growing on the side of Butcher Knife CanyonAs much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brushThumbnailsNice, a little pinyon pine growing on the side of Butcher Knife CanyonAs much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brushThumbnailsNice, a little pinyon pine growing on the side of Butcher Knife Canyon

Hiking always looks easier on the other side of the stream, no matter which side I'm on!