Let me go on record as saying that I think all hikes are dog-friendly hikes. Dogs are good under all circumstances. I love it when people bring big rowdy dogs on a hike. Nothing better than a big old scruffy jumping around.
Dogs good. Big dogs better.
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It still is!hegstrom wrote:We didn't speed, but the ride was definitely more fun without cars.
Problem is, there's usually either some bozo doing 2 MPH in front of you, or some other bozo riding your tail wanting to do 90.
In response to Nighthiker's reply: Wow! That sounds like something you'd see on Wild Kingdom or something. You must be very good at keeping yourself hidden, or else the herd has gotten used to you, for you to get such a terrific view. How do you do it? Whenever I encounter a herd of deer I always t...
OK, I just got through reading the "flumes" thread - jeez, people! I did notice, though, that there were a couple of comments in Spanish, which I can't read. At the risk of enhancing my reputation as a "grumpy ol' folk" as kindly revealed in the "kick back" thread, I'd like to offer up this web site...
- Dec 04 2003 6:00 am
- Forum: Hiking Events
- Topic: Sup's Backpack planned for Dec. 13/14
- Replies: 5
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If you're going to have a lot of people, La Barge would be a better choice. More camp sites. The camping areas at Charlebois have been planted with cactus by our friends at G&F. Having just been there last weekend, I can say I didn't see all these supposed cactus that I had heard were planted, alth...
- Nov 20 2003 6:01 am
- Forum: HAZ - Member Related
- Topic: Now gather round folks....
- Replies: 41
- Views: 4186
So what you're saying is: "Can't we all just get along"? Seriously, you're dead on target, Olesma, and I couldn't agree more. I try to be careful about that stuff, and if I've ever dissed anyone's opinion on this forum, I don't recall it. I figure most people are smarter than me anyway (I seem to ge...
- Nov 19 2003 7:03 am
- Forum: HAZ - Member Related
- Topic: Something vs. Something else
- Replies: 18
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You missed Steve Morse, John McLaughlin, and the MAN: JIMI!Haven't heard much from Blackmore recently.bzachar wrote: Page, Beck & Blackmore RULE! (only guitar players will understand)
And with that, he threw himself over the edge and plunged to his death below. Meanwhile, the young man fainted "dead way" and fell back toward the "non-edge" side and was saved. I admit that I am dense sometimes. For me, that story had the dual benefits of being obscure AND confusing. Good story, b...
Well, cheer up! I don't feel that way. Unless you guys decide you want me to take a hike (get it?? take a... never mind), I'm sticking around.olesma wrote: I'm just sad that they both feel that way.
- Nov 18 2003 12:50 pm
- Forum: Camping
- Topic: Camping/hiking location recommendations...
- Replies: 6
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Bell, If you haven't been there before, I'd think twice before going to Peters Canyon for your introductory one-nighter. Unless you're a masochist. That is one miserable boulder-strewn tough canyon. (But beautiful!) Some of the easier places in the western part of the range might be more fun as an i...
- Nov 18 2003 10:28 am
- Forum: Auto, Bike, Boat, Kayak, etc...
- Topic: Trailhead vehicle(s)
- Replies: 19
- Views: 3400
That's exactly what I think about people in general.chihiggs wrote: My bet is that 99.99999% of the people at a TH are good people with honorable intentions. It's the one creep in a million that even has us sharing tricks for security....