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Apache leap

Legend say that a group of Apache braves left the reservation and were cornered by soldiers on top of this mountain. Later when relatives came to get the bodies the women began to cry and when their tears hit the ground they turned to stone. These stones are called Apache Tears, also know as obsidian.
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