By Nicole Perez  Published 08/22/12 12:13pm
Nicole Perez ·

U.S. Forest Service Trail Crew employees Amber Avidson (center) and Mariaelena Cardoza inspect the intestines of a crawdad freshly caught and boiled next to the San Francisco River in the Gila Forest last week. The crew cleared three miles of trail by the San Francisco Box Canyon with hand saws and loppers, and then hiked all their equipment up a trail that gained 2,000 feet in elevation in three miles the next day.

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