Nov 28, 2012 · 5:00 PM
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Yes another full moon hike!
Access FSR 10 off Bush Highway through Lower Salt River Recreation Area, west of the bridge at Blue Point Recreation Site. N 33°[masked]' W 111°[masked]
The hike will start on the Bulldog Canyon Road at 5:00 p.m.
Be prepared for a night hike in the AZ desert, which means long pants, boots, HEAD LAMPS. etc. On our way back to the vehicles we will be going OFF TRAIL and looking for a Saguaro Cactus known as #31. Why #31?
Because it is a large cactus that has approximately 31 arms, and is very large for a Saguaro.
There are many names for the cycles of the full moon over the course of the year. November is known as the Beaver Moon.
Moon and Sun Data for Nov. 28
- 100 % full moon 0746 (7:46 a.m.)
- Sunset: 1719 hours (5:19 p.m.)
- Moon Rise: 1737 hrs. (5:37 p.m.)
- End Civil Twilight: 1746 hrs. (5:49 p.m.)