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Best Easy Day Hikes Canyonlands and Arches National Parks by Bill Schneider

By Bill Schneider

Totally up to date and revised, this variation contains path descriptions and maps of the author's favourite brief hikes in Canyonlands and Arches nationwide Parks. All hikes integrated during this publication, with one exception, do not need steep hills, are on well-defined, easy-to-follow trails, and take hikers into essentially the most scenic sections of the park. GPS coordinates for all trailheads at the moment are included.

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- informal hikes and after-dinner strolls
- Hikes compatible for households and aged or starting hikers
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War Relic displayed cherubic behavior, grabbed the lead out of the gate, and never relinquished it, winning with consummate ease. “Next time he runs,” Luther told his wife, Helen, “bet a hundred dollars. ” Helen did as her husband asked, then sat in the stands on race day, terrified and praying. War Relic rocketed to the lead, held it around the track, and flew into the homestretch all alone. Luther thought his $100 bet was going to cash in. But War Relic had been an angel for exactly one and three quarter races, and he was pushing his limits.

When the cash ran out, he’d work on them until they had staked practically everything they owned, right down to their horse blankets. Irwin’s horses almost always won, and Irwin would clean out the locals, pack the horses back on the trains, and leave. “Irwin would put a guy out,” remembered Hall of Fame trainer Jimmy Jones, who cut his teeth running horses against Irwin’s. “The minute [a man] got any money, Irwin would rob him of it. ” This was a rough life for man and beast. For a wage of about $60 a month, Smith slept and ate in horse stalls and struggled to keep up with the farriery needs of fifty-four horses.

But it was the purse that stopped traffic. In 1934 American marquee races carried a net value to the winner of between $6,000, and, in rare cases, $50,000. In contrast, Strub’s purse was staggering: $100,000, plus a few thousand dollars in entry revenue, to the winner. It was the biggest purse in the world. Offered in a year in which the average per capita income in the United States was $432, Strub’s purse caused a national sensation. qxd 4/12/01 10:40 AM Page 17 SEABISCUIT ■ 17 hardly anyone referred to the race by its actual name.

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