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Near the end of hiking the 19 mile Victory section of the Ozark Trail Saturday, May 3, 2014.

Near the end of hiking the 19 mile Victory section of the Ozark Trail Saturday, May 3, 2014.

Taum Sauk section of the Ozark Trail March 24, 2014

Taum Sauk section of the Ozark Trail March 24, 2014

The Current River below the Blair Creek Section of the Ozark Trail. October, 2014.

The Current River below the Blair Creek Section of the Ozark Trail. October, 2014.

The Devil's Tollgate is a monolith on the Ozark trail where a large amount of rhyolite toppled off the mountainside into the valley below. This is an example of Mass Wasting. The formation is located in Taum Sauk Mountain State Park, eight miles southeast of Ironton, Mo.

The Devil's Tollgate is a monolith on the Ozark trail where a large amount of rhyolite toppled off the mountainside into the valley below. This is an example of Mass Wasting. The formation is located in Taum Sauk Mountain State Park, eight miles southeast of Ironton, Mo.

Hiked 16 miles on the Wappapello Section of the Ozark Trail April 26, 2014

Hiked 16 miles on the Wappapello Section of the Ozark Trail April 26, 2014

Hiked 11 miles on a rainy National Trails Day. Ozark Trail, Middle Fork / John Roth Memorial Section, June 7, 2014

Hiked 11 miles on a rainy National Trails Day. Ozark Trail, Middle Fork / John Roth Memorial Section, June 7, 2014

Rocky Falls on the Current River section of the Ozark Trail. April 12, 2014

Rocky Falls on the Current River section of the Ozark Trail. April 12, 2014

Taum Sauk Section of the Ozark Trail from Hwy A to Goggins on a rainy day in January 2015.

Taum Sauk Section of the Ozark Trail from Hwy A to Goggins on a rainy day in January 2015.

Pond on the Courtois Section of the Ozark Trail between the Harmon Spring TH and Berryman TH.

Pond on the Courtois Section of the Ozark Trail between the Harmon Spring TH and Berryman TH.

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