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Along the Arizona Trail

M. John Fayhee was one of the first people to thru-hike the 850-mile Arizona Trail, which travels from the Utah border to the Mexican border. The two-month trek was difficult to two reasons. First, Arizona was experiencing severe drought — meaning water sources were even more scarce than usual. Second, there were significant sections of the trail that did not yet exist, necessitating a lot of on-the-fly route-finding.

The text is augmented by images from Arizona photographer Jerry Sieve. 

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