Hiked back to the Dam a few weeks ago. Had not been to Tucson for many years and was shocked at how development has encroached on the canyon entrance. It was a shame to see the old horse fence, that was meant to keep horses off the trail, now almost in someones backyard. The trail has been over used and some erosion is evident. Even with the wet winter the creek was almost dry. Not sure why. It was still very quiet and we did not but a handful of people on the trail. They could probably use a volunteer team to help clean up some of the areas that used to be nice spots to sit and relax. Oh well I guess time changes everything. I actually enjoyed a hike up Romero canyon in Catalina state park, even thought there was much more traffic on the trail
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