That's awfully close. I haven't talked to Wade for quite a while now.
Probably not a lot of vitamin D to be had between 8pm and 5am. Just saying.wildwesthikes wrote:"I'm fleeing the dangerous circumstances where not exercising in the outdoors leads to Vitamin D deficiency making my immune system vulnerable to the covid".
Well, the obelisk is an actual border mark, are you proposing moving the border 25' north? There are many others along the border too, one I've seen by the northern terminus of the PCT.hikeaz wrote:Is there a reason not to place the obelisque NORTH of this road?
Dude, fat shaming is not cool.
I suspect it's to ease/avoid any SAR type activities.hikeaz wrote:I am perplexed as to how it was arrived at to open the amphitheater trails, but close the backcountry....with distancing and all that....
That and bike tour companies offering a few hour guided rides, or however long a battery lasts.SpiderLegs wrote:My guess it won't be people doing a multi-day journey. It will be cyclists that use the AZT just like most of us do and are on there for one day.
Personally, I think this virus should be named Schrödinger's virus. Basically, we're supposed to act both like we have it and also like we don't. UghTough_Boots wrote:Going about your normal life until you feel symptomic is not behaving responsibly in our current situation. That is my point.