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A mule stands between a the two peices of a cut tree. Mules need logs to be cut out a minimum of four feet on each side of the centerline of the trail in order to avoid banging their pack boxes.
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Orientation: Landscape
Photographer/Submitter: Michael Olwyler
Restrictions/Credit Information: MOwlyler 2007
Wilderness: Ansel Adams Wilderness
Categories: Horseback riding/pack string, Trails/trail maintenance
Keywords: Mule
Description: "it's wide enough!" mules need logs to be cut out a minimum of four feet on each side of the centerline of the trail in order to avoid banging their pack boxes.