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Prescott Trails and Natural Parklands Coordinator Chris Hosking checks out the possible route of a trail being planned in the Storm Ranch North parcel that the City Council approved for purchase this week. Boulder Creek runs through the parcel, and Hosking and Recreation Services Director Joe Baynes say the creek will be a prominent feature in the planned trail system. (Cindy Barks/The Daily Courier)

New open space purchase will preserve nearly a mile of frontage along Peavine Trail

By Cindy Barks | The Daily Courier

Before she was old enough to saddle up her own horse, Virginia (Storm) Seaver relied on the granite formations on the family ranch to help her mount the horses she rode bareback.

“When I was little, my dad always said that until I was big enough to put a saddle on a horse, I had to ride bareback,” Seaver recalled recently from the family ranch located deep in the Granite Dells. “I still know all of the rocks that I used to help me get on.”


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