azhiker96 wrote:I didn't notice it last time I was out but that's okay. I'm not a big fan of flying flags in the wilderness areas. I'd rather see them left as wild as possible. Also, I wonder if the folks who planted the flag will give it the proper care over time or just let it decompose due to exposure. Just a thought.
azhiker96 wrote:I know I am a bit extreme on this. ( I don't mind cairns but do consider paint dots to be graffiti.) I've gathered up and packed out other folks' orange peels, empty water bottles, candy wrappers, flip flops, etc.
scottmackey wrote:I don't have any problems with people putting up the flag in places such as this as long as it's not over done and it's nothing permanant.
ck1 wrote:Tom n Lea - sorry to have gotten off topic... ...the flag thing has been popping up every so often since 9/11...I know I've seen them on top of Camelback, Squaw and Picketpost as well...
Maybe Fritzski put the one on top of Weavers Needle...he's been talking about climbing it for a while now....
ck1 wrote:Hey, purchased a 10 visit pass to Red Mountain tonight...little disappointed at the size of the bouldering area, as that is my prefered workout, but the convience to home should be a plus...
olesma wrote:You talking about the Red Mountain community/fitness center?
Fritzski wrote:ck, there are two small flat camping spots near the west edge that have rock walls built around them for some security and also a nice campfire ring.
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