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Natural Wonders of Utah's Canyons: Bryce, Zion, and Grand Canyon

Program Number: 8726RJ
Start and End Dates:
5/20/2013 - 5/25/2013; 9/1/2014 - 9/6/2014; 9/22/2014 - 9/27/2014; 5/12/2015 - 5/17/2015; 5/18/2015 - 5/23/2015; 8/31/2015 - 9/5/2015;
Duration: 5 nights
Location: St. George, Utah
Price starting at: $749.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: National Parks; Natural History
Meals: 14; 5 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 5 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

Experience the breathtaking scenery and fantastic formations of the Grand Canyon and Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks. In this land of colorful rock, towering buttes and vast vistas, discover the details captured of nature’s handiwork as you learn about geology, archaeology and human history.




Highlights

• Visit beautiful Snow Canyon State Park and discover fossilized dinosaur tracks in St. George.
• See up close and personal a live falcon, hawk, and golden eagle. Martin Tyner, a federally licensed eagle falconer, presents "Birds of Prey."
• Spend full days in Zion and Bryce national parks, and pay a visit to the Grand Canyon North Rim.



Activity Particulars

Easy to moderate walks on groomed trails. Elevations of 2,500-8,000 feet.




Date Specific Information

5-20-2013, 9-1-2014, 9-22-2014, 5-12-2015, 5-18-2015, 8-31-2015

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Itinerary Summary

Arrival St. George, 2 nights; coach to Kanab, 2 nights; coach to St. George, 1 night; departure.



Coordinated by Dixie State University.




Zion National Park

True to its name, which means "refuge" or "sanctuary" in ancient Hebrew, Zion is an oasis at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert provinces, encompassing sandstone canyons and colorful, high plateaus.



Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon, famous for its unique geology, consists of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah. Erosion and rainwater have shaped the colorful limestone rock into bizarre shapes including slot canyons, windows, fins and spires called "hoodoos."



Grand Canyon North Rim

Sitting atop the Kaibab Plateau 9,000 feet above sea level with lush green meadows surrounded by a mixed conifer forest sprinkled with aspen, the North Rim is an oasis in the desert. Although only ten miles as the crow flies from the South Rim, the North Rim offers solitude and awe-inspiring views.



St. George

The largest city in south-central Utah is at the center of the region's arches, mesas, pinnacles and buttes, in close proximity to Zion, Bryce, and Grand Canyon national parks, as well as Lake Powell and prehistoric archaeological sites.



Accommodations
St. George: St. George: College Inn with swimming pool, hot tub. Kanab: Hotel with swimming pool.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Keith Norlin

Keith Norlin is a geologist with more than 30 years of experience. He is an expert on the forces of nature that created the spectacular geologic formations founded in Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. He has traveled the world as a consultant for private and governmental clients in hydrogeology and environmental clean-up and has served as president of the Petroleum Exploration Society. Keith has also taught college-level physical and historical geology.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   College Inn
  St. George, Utah 2 nights
   Holiday Inn Express
  Kanab 2 nights
   College Inn
  St. George, Utah 1 night
 College Inn
Type: Inn
  Description: The College Inn is located in the heart of the historic district in St. George, six blocks from Dixie State University's campus. The historic district offers restored pioneer homes and buildings. This facility is used specifically for Road Scholar and other educational groups it is not used as housing for college students. St. George has beautiful red rock cliff and lava rock mesa as back drop with larger mountains and rock formations that can be seen in the distance. A lounge area with couches, DirecTV, a refrigerator, soda pop machine, guest laundry and microwave are available for your use. We also have a beautiful heated pool and hot tub for your enjoyment. The rooms do not have phones or televisions, but a public phone is available at the front desk.
  Contact info: 123 East 100 South
St. George, UT 84770 USA
phone: 435-634-2050
web: www.dixie.edu/roadscholar/Location.html
  Room amenities: Each room has two full size beds, private bath, free WiFi wireless Internet, hairdryer, soap & shampoo and individual heating and air-conditioning unit.
  Facility amenities: A lounge area with couches, DirecTV in lounge, free WiFi wireless Internet, a refrigerator, soda pop machine, guest laundry and microwave are available for your use. We also have a beautiful heated pool and hot tub for your enjoyment.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Additional nights prior: $35 If you want to arrive early or stay over following the program you can arrange to stay with us for $35 per room per night. Please call (435) 634-2050 at least one week in advance during regular business hours to make a reservation.
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: $35 If you want to arrive early or stay over following the program you can arrange to stay with us for $35 per room per night. Please call (435) 634-2050 at least one week in advance during regular business hours to make a reservation.
  Check out time: 11:30 AM

 Holiday Inn Express
Type: Hotel
  Description: The hotel is surrounded by spectacular scenery of beautiful red cliffs that are the exact ones made famous in many western movies filmed here. In addition to wonderful surroundings, the hotel is a convenient location to access three National Parks: Zion to the West, Bryce to the North, and Grand Canyon to the South as well as Glen Canyon National Recreation Area / Lake Powell to the East and Pipe Springs National Monument to the west. This allows you easy access to the national parks during the day and to rest in our comfortable hotel at night.
  Contact info: 217 South 100 East
Kanab, UT 84741 USA
phone: 435-644-3100
web: www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/kanab/knbut/hoteldetail
  Room amenities: Hair dryers, iron, alarm clock radio, 32" multi-media flat screen Satellite TV, free high-speed wireless internet access, free morning newspaper delivered to room, all rooms non-smoking.
  Facility amenities: Guest laundromat, ice machine, wireless high speed internet access, free newspaper, newspaper stand, pool, outdoor pool, safe deposit box, vending machines, Health & Fitness Center, wake-up service. Start each morning with the Express Start Breakfast Bar featuring a selection of fruits, juices, cereals, breads/pastries, and even hard boiled eggs. You can also enjoy some of the world's best tasting cinnamon rolls!
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
3:00-5:00 PM at the Inn Lobby where you meet your Dixie State University Group Leader and check into your room. You will be staying at College Inn that night.
  End of Program:
Program ends after breakfast at 8:00AM. You will be staying at College Inn the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required.
  Parking availability:
Free Parking at the College Inn
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  St. George, Utah
  Nearest city or town:  St. George, Utah
  Nearest highway: Intersate 15 comes right to St. George
  Nearest airport:  St. George
  From End of Program
  Location: St. George, Utah
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Las Vegas, NV

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
St. George Shuttle
phone: 800-933-8320 xor4356288320
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$35.00 one-way, $60.00 round trip (Subject to change)
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

2 hours 

 

Distance:

 

120 miles

   

When making reservations with St. George Shuttle (www.stgshuttle.com) inform them you are with Road Scholar and they will bring you right to our front door at the College Inn. There are 11 shuttles per day, seven days a week. At Las Vegas Airport meet shuttle on Zero Level.

 

Las Vegas, NV

 

To Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
St. George Shuttle
phone: 800-933-8320 xor4356288320
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$35.00 one-way, $60.00 round trip (Subject to change)
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

2 hours 

 

Distance:

 

120 miles

   

When making reservations with St. George Shuttle inform them you are with Road Scholar and they will pick you up right at our front door at the College Inn. Departures from the College Inn will pick up 30 minutes prior to published departure time. Check schedules and make reservations on their website: (http://www.stgshuttle.com/las_vegas_to_road_scholar_to_las_vegas.php)

 

St. George, UT

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Hotel Shuttle
Dixie State University Road Scholar
phone: 435-634-2050
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$15.00
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

20 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

17.5 miles

   

Please make reservation at least one week in advance.

 

St. George, UT

 

To Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Hotel Shuttle
Dixie State University Road Scholar
phone: 435-634-2050
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$15.00
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

20 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

17.5 miles

   

Please make reservation at least one week in advance.

 
Driving Directions
  Las Vegas From Las Vegas travel north on I-15 approximately 120 miles (two hours) to St. George, Utah. Take the St. George exit number 6, Bluff Street. At the exit stop light turn left and travel northwest on Bluff Street for about 2 miles to 100 South Street, turn right. The College Inn is 123 East 100 South. Enter the parking lot on the east side of the building.
  Salt Lake City Travel South on I-15 about 300 miles to St. George. Exit at St. George Blvd. exit number 8. Turn right onto St. George Blvd. Travel west 9 blocks to 200 East Street. Turn left and travel two blocks. At 100 South turn right. Travel 1/2 block to College Inn. The address is 123 East 100 South. Enter the parking lot on the east side of the building.
Elevation Note: The highest elevation at about 8,500'-walk trails and go to view points.

Equipment Requirements: We suggest walking shoes with good tread and hiking pole for the daily field study and walks on trails in the national parks.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Welcome and Introductions/Orientation
(Monday, May 20)
   
 Arrive To: 3:00 - 5:00 pm Arrive at the College Inn for check in. The College Inn is located at 123 East 100 South in St. George, Utah. It is about 6 blocks from the Dixie State University Campus.
 Dinner: 5:30 pm - Transfer to Dixie State University for a delicious banquet dinner.
 Evening: Following dinner have a brief welcome orientation and overview of our daily activities and itinerary.
   
Accommodations: College Inn
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Snow Canyon State Park, Historic St. George Tour, and Birds of Prey Presentation.
(Tuesday, May 21)
   
 Breakfast: 7:00 - 8:00 am - Enjoy a continental breakfast at the College Inn which includes hard boiled eggs, hot oatmeal, cereal, fruit, yogurt, pastries, toast, milk & juice.
 Morning: 8:00 am - Geology class in College Inn Meeting room. Begin your discovery of Zion's precipitous canyon walls & massive monoliths, Bryce's thousands of spires, and spectacular Grand Canyon. This presentation highlights the geologic forces that shape these landscapes. The field trips, trail side talks and on-board discussions during the rest of the program will give additional knowledge of these compelling natural wonders. Depart for a field trip to Snow Canyon State Park. This park provides incredible scenery of red rock cliffs, rolling mounds of petrified sand dunes and lava (basalt) rock formations.
 Lunch: Lunch at Red Rock Cafe. Choose between food stations to include fresh salad bar, sandwich bar, home "cookin", pizza, Asian grill, and BBQ grill.
 Afternoon: 1:00 pm - Visit Dinosaur Discovery Museum and view some of the oldest and best-preserved Dinosaur tracks in the world. 3:00 pm - Return to College Inn for a short class by Dr. Douglas Alder. He'll share area history and take us to restored pioneer buildings and homes.
 Dinner: 5:30 pm - Enjoy a Grand Buffet at Chuck-A-Rama. Choose from a variety of fresh salads, homemade dinner rolls, barbecue ribs, baked or fried chicken, roast beef, sliced turkey breast, mashed potatoes & gravy, peas, green beans, corn, scones, assorted beverages. Save room for dessert, apple pie, cakes, cobbler, brownies, and soft serve ice cream or yogurt.
 Evening: 7:00 pm - Gather in the College Inn class room to see up close and personal a live falcon, hawk, and golden eagle. Martin Tyner, a federally licensed eagle falconer, presents his amazing "Birds of Prey".
   
Accommodations: College Inn
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Zion National Park
(Wednesday, May 22)
   
 Breakfast: 7:00 - 8:00 am - Enjoy a continental breakfast at the College Inn which includes hard boiled eggs, hot oatmeal, cereal, fruit, yogurt, pastries, toast, milk & juice.
 Morning: 8:15 am - Check out and depart for Zion National Park! Enjoy explorations led by our expert geologist, trailside talks and walks within the towering cliffs of Zion!
 Lunch: Box lunch on the Trail.
 Afternoon: Continue our geology field trip as he hike the River Walk trail. After the hike we'll visit Zion's Human History Museum and enjoy the various displays and artifacts. Travel about 30 miles south from Zion National Park to Kanab and check into hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner at Houston's Trails End Restaurant.
 Evening: 7:30 pm - Geology Class in the hotel meeting room. This will prepare for our field trip to Bryce Canyon National Park.
   
Accommodations: Holiday Inn Express
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Bryce Canyon National Park
(Thursday, May 23)
   
 Breakfast: 7:00 am - Holiday Inn Express Start Breakfast Bar features: - Fluffy scrambled eggs - Cheese omelets - Bacon and sausage - Biscuits and gravy - Sticky-sweet cinnamon rolls - An assortment of fresh fruits, yogurt, and breakfast cereals and breads - Pancakes - Fruit juices, 2% and skim milk, and our very own 100% Arabica Smart RoastSMCoffee.
 Morning: 8:15 am - Depart for Bryce Canyon National Park. Enjoy geology explorations among the whimsical hoo doos within the Park. Hike Bryce Point to Sunset Point.
 Lunch: Ruby Inn's Cowboy Lunch Buffet to include roasted chicken, fish, pork, vegetables, potatoes, rolls, salad bar with a variety of fresh greens, prepared salads, fruits & vegetables, soup, and dessert bar.
 Afternoon: Continue exploring in Bryce as we hike down into the Canyon on the Navajo Loop trail. Return to Kanab.
 Dinner: Enjoy a delicious Western Dutch Oven Dinner at Chuckwagon Cookouts. Includes salad, cowboy biscuits, dutch-oven potatoes, roast beef, dessert, coffee, tea, or fruit punch.
 Evening: Free time.
   
Accommodations: Holiday Inn Express
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Grand Canyon North Rim
(Friday, May 24)
   
 Breakfast: 7:00 am - Holiday Inn Express Start Breakfast Bar features: - Fluffy scrambled eggs - Cheese omelets - Bacon and sausage - Biscuits and gravy - Sticky-sweet cinnamon rolls - An assortment of fresh fruits, yogurt, and breakfast cereals and breads - Pancakes - Fruit juices, 2% and skim milk, and our very own 100% Arabica Smart RoastSMCoffee.
 Morning: 8:00 am - Checkout & depart for Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim. Upon arrival we'll take a short hike out to Bright Angel Point which places us on the edge of a vastness of scenery, time, and opportunity. The view confirms the tremendous uplift that has occurred, leaving the canyon’s North Rim 1,000 feet higher than the South Rim.
 Lunch: Lunch at the North Rim Lodge Dining Room. Dining in this historic Lodge is truly a memorable experience. They take pride in utilizing only the freshest and healthiest ingredients and offer organic products including delicious salad greens and pastas. The lunch buffet includes a full assortment of daily pastas with alfredo, marinara, or bolognese sauces, shredded parmesan cheese, fresh baked garlic rolls, chilled organic field greens and complementing salad toppings and dressing. Also your choice of organic-fair trade-shade grown coffee, tea or a fountain drink.
 Afternoon: After lunch we'll hike Transept Trail which takes us along the rim through a majestic Ponderosa Pine Forest with multiple Canyon overlooks. Return to St. George.
 Dinner: Enjoy a Grand Buffet at Chuck-A-Rama. Choose from a variety of fresh salads, homemade dinner rolls, barbecue ribs, baked or fried chicken, roast beef, sliced turkey breast, mashed potatoes & gravy, peas, green beans, corn, scones, assorted beverages. Save room for dessert, apple pie, cakes, cobbler, brownies, and soft serve ice cream or yogurt.
 Evening: Free time.
   
Accommodations: College Inn
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Breakfast and Departure
(Saturday, May 25)
   
 Breakfast: 7:00 - 8:00 am - Enjoy a continental breakfast at the College Inn which includes hard boiled eggs, hot oatmeal, cereal, fruit, yogurt, pastries, toast, milk & juice.
 Morning: Indepentent departures following breakfast.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  St. George, Utah General Information
**Please note: The amount of free time varies with each program. The free time options noted here may require spending additional time on your own to experience them. Check your program schedule to determine what is possible in the time available. ~~Art Galleries, ~~Golf, ~~Hiking, ~~Historic Sites, restored pioneer buildings and homes, ~~Museums ~~Music Performances ~~Shopping ~~Spa ~~Tennis ~~Theater For additional information, visit www.stgeorgechamber.com/
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


Geology


Author: See list below


Description: Books about Geology Geology – a Golden Guide, by Frank H.T. Rhodes, 1991, St. Martin’s Press, N.Y., ISBN 1-58238-143-7. $6.95 Geology of Utah’s Parks and Monuments, Sprinkel et. al. Utah Geological Association , 2000. Contains geology papers on 25 parks and monuments of Utah (644 pages). Written for a geologist. Softbound $34.99 Utah‘s Spectacular Geology, Lehi Hintze, 2005 The geologic story of Utah’s landscapes and how they came to be. $29.95 The Colorado Plateau, Don Baars A comprehensive guide to the Colorado Plateau. $19.95 The Practical Geologist, Dougal Dixon, Raymond Bernor, 1992 This book is a great introductory guide to the basics of geology. Great diagrams, pictures and is well written. $16.00 Geology Underfoot in Southern Utah, R. Orndorff, R. Wieder, D. Futey, 2006 A hands on book about getting out among the rocks. Explores 33 sites in Southern Utah. Tells of ancient eruptions, deserts, seas, swamps and movements of massive rock units over eons. $18.00 Beyond the Visible Landscape, W. Kenneth Hamblin, 2004. A unique book that consists of a series of panoramic photographs taken from the air. Focuses on the fundamental features of the landscape. Contains excellent diagrams & descriptions of the geology in the photographs. Hardbound $65.00



Geology (specific)


Author: See list below


Description: Books about Geology (Specific) Shadows of Time: The Geology of Bryce Canyon National Park, Frank Decourten, 1994 A book with breathtaking photographs, well written on the geology of Bryce Canyon N. P. and surrounding high plateaus. $9.95 Water, Rock, & Time: The Geologic Story of Zion National Park, Robert Eves, 2005 This book is Zion’s newest masterpiece. It is well written. It is so nice you may want to leave it on the coffee table. $19.95 Zion National Park – Towers of Stone; by J.L. Crawford; Zion Natural History Association, Springdale, Utah, Fourth Edition 2002. ISBN 0-915630-00-1 $9.50 (Available online at www.zionpark.org) Carving Grand Canyon, Wayne Ranney. 2005. A synopsis of ideas and theories that geologists have developed over time about the carving of the Grand Canyon. This story is told in an engaging style that non-scientists will find inviting. $14.95 Canyonlands Country, Donald Baars, 1993. Geology of Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. $15.95



Paleontology


Author: see the list below


Description: Books about Paleontology Life in Stone, Christa Sadeler, 2005. A book on time and fossils of the Colorado plateau. $11.95 Fossils, Smithsonian and Audubon Field Guides are both excellent choices. They offer a North American perspective to the fossil record. A good value. Compact and durable design. $20. Dinosaurs of Utah, Frank Decourten. 1998. Presents an amazing assortment of information on dinosaurs of Utah. Includes descriptions of the ecological environment and climatic conditions, fauna and flora. It offers the reader the best synopsis of Utah‘s renowned dinosaur localities. The artwork and dioramas are spectacular. Hardbound volume for the serious dinosaur lover. $25.00



Books about History


Author: see the list below


Description: Books about History Heart of the Desert Wild, Greer Chesser. 2000. Award winning book about the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument (GSENM). It covers a variety of topics from geology to history. The photography and design of this book are outstanding and remains the definitive book on the GSENM. Softbound. $24.95 A Roadside History of Utah, Cynthia L. Bennett. 1999. Compelling stories of Utah’s exceptional people. $18.00 Utah’s History, Richard D. Poll. 1989. A more in-depth and statewide focus on history. Soft bound text heavy. Hole-in-the-Rock, David E. Miller. 1966. If you want to learn more about one of the epic pioneer journeys in American History this is the book. It is area related and is a good read for those interested in history. $16.00 Highway 12, Christian Probasco. 2005. Popular with travelers along Highway 12. It features a unique look at the history, people and their perspectives on this very special corridor. Softbound $16.95. Outlaw Tales of Utah, Michael Rutter. True stores of Utah’s most famous robbers, rustlers and bandits. $10.95



Books about Flora


Author: see the list below


Description: Books about Flora Wildflowers of Southwestern Utah, Hayle Buchanan. 1992. Text covers flowers, shrubs and trees in their various life zones from Zion, Bryce and Cedar Breaks. $7.95 Canyon Country Wildflowers, Damian Fagan. 1998. A field guide to common wildflowers, shrubs and trees. $19.95 Sagebrush Country a Wildflower Sanctuary, Ronald Taylor. 1992. A field guide to common wildflowers, grasses and shrubs of the Great Basin. $14.00 Great Basin Wildflowers, Laird R. Blackwell. 2006. A guide to common wildflowers of the High Deserts of Nevada, Utah and Oregon. $22.95 Wild Plants and Native Peoples of the Four Corners, William Dunmire & Gail Tierney. 1997. A valuable book for anyone interested in plants, people, and cultures of the Colorado Plateau. $22.50 Wildflowers of the Mountain Southwest, . Meg Quinn 2000. A field guide to common upland wildflowers. $12.95 Wildflowers of the Desert Southwest, Meg Quinn. 2000. A field guide to common desert wildflowers. $9.95



General Reference


Author: see the list below


Description: General Reference A Naturalists Guide to the Canyon Country, David B. Williams. 2000. A wonderful Falcon Guide that uses fine artwork and pictures to introduce the geology, flora, fauna and history of the Canyon Country. $22.95. Four Corners: History, Land and People of the Desert Southwest, Kenneth A. Brown. Great information about the region. $26.00 Desert Solitaire, Edward Abbey. 1968. A season in the wilderness is a celebration of the beauty of living in a harsh and hostile land. Edward Abbey was a seasonal Park ranger in Arches National Monument. $10.75 Cadillac Desert, Marc Reisner. 1986. The story of the American West is the story of a relentless quest for a precious resource: water. The definitive work on the West’s water crisis. $17.00



Books about Native American / Prehistory


Author: see the list below


Description: Native American / Prehistory Sacred Images: A Vision of Native American Rock Art, by Leslie Kelen & David Sucec 1996. Publication that features rock art and ruins of the native cultures of the southwest. $18.00 Those Who Came Before, Robert and Florence Lister. 1993. Southwestern archeology in the National Parks. $17.00





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