THey looked pretty bright to be solar, but who knows. I've only seen them when heading south.
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- Aug 17 2020 9:42 pm
- Forum: Trail Chat
- Topic: Strange light near Sycamore Creek/Highway 87
- Replies: 22
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Something tells me this has been discussed before but I don't find it. At least twice now when coming south on the Beeline at night, just south of the second Sycamore Creek crossing at about 33.78805 -111.498262, I've seen bright white and blue lights on top of the butte there. They don't last long....
- Jul 12 2020 5:48 pm
- Forum: HAZ - Member Related
- Topic: Who Drives or Drove a Jeep
- Replies: 24
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@SuperstitionGuy My Dad had a 47 Jeep "truck," bigger than the military version but with some of the features you mention. The gear shift was on the floor, with another lever for 4WD and a third for Hi/Low range. We worked it to death many times, and my dad added a dump box which ran off the PTO. O...
Things are looking better on this. The satellite fire detection website https://maps.nwcg.gov/sa/#/%3F/EditLayerActiveIncidents/34.2677/-111.5292/15 shows only one hit within the last 12 hours. Cool temps and higher humidity should bode well for the work on-site tonight. I'll be much relieved if the...
- May 14 2020 9:46 pm
- Forum: Backpacking
- Topic: Blue Range Primitive Area - Linking Dutch Blue Creek with Bear Mtn
- Replies: 94
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Since someone asked. The liability is a huge issue, there are policies and procedures to follow, none of which are convenient and most that seem like overkill, but all created for reasons, mostly because the FS is seen as the deep pockets to sue over anything. Drop a tree on someone—there’s a Ranger...
As recent photos show, the AZT plaque at the Mt Peeley TH is in pretty tough shape. ATA has a replacement and we'll get it up there soon, but some information on the mounting screws on this particular plaque would be helpful. Otherwise, we take the whole garage worth of tools up there and find we ne...
- Feb 11 2020 8:55 pm
- Forum: Backpacking
- Topic: 4 day backpack on east side of Mazatzals
- Replies: 13
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We camped near the junction to Hopi, off the west side of the Divide Trail a few hundred feet in the deadfall. Not stellar by any means but it was flat, and we saw evidence of others from many years ago-old fire ring and a pick mattock.