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Aeneas Valley

This 60 side trip travels out through the ranch land of the high Aeneas Valley.

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Named after Chief Aeneas (Native American pronunciation of the French word Ignace), onetime Government guide, who, it is said, lived to be more than 100 years old. In Aeneas Valley are many persons of Austrian descent. Occasional dairy ranches and alfalfa fields break the timbered wilderness. Slender-trunked lodgepole pines stand close together, merging their dark-green upper branches. The lodgepole pine was so named because it was commonly used by the...

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