Randal Shulhauser

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Post by joebartels » Feb 10 2007 9:54 pm

Congratulations Randal! : app :
You have gracefully sneaked by a legend with yet another insightful hike.

Thank you for your time and contributions, they are all very much appreciated!
You are HAZ :wink:
- joe

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Post by Randal_Schulhauser » Feb 10 2007 10:10 pm

joe bartels wrote:Congratulations Randal! : app :
You have gracefully sneaked by a legend with yet another insightful hike.

Thank you for your time and contributions, they are all very much appreciated!
You are HAZ :wink:
Thanks a bunch!

Don't know if we should read any significance into hike number 666 on HAZ... Do know we had two vehicular misadventures on this outing but we still had fun!


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Post by big_load » Feb 11 2007 1:18 am

Congratulations and thanks for opening the window on so many hikes! Maybe someday I'll have a chance to do my bit, but it will have to wait a few more years.

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Post by fricknaley » Feb 11 2007 5:09 am

Way to go Randal...you're like Cal Ripken to the legendary Fritzski's Lou Gehrig! (Joe is simply out of the stratosphere)

Thanks for all the great input that helps make this best of websites what it is. You the man.
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Post by Dano » Feb 11 2007 7:04 am

Thanks for your help, particlularly your descriptions of the South Moutain area. I have benefited from your trail descriptions and trip logs many times.



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Post by mttgilbert » Feb 11 2007 7:29 am

Thanks Randal! Without contributions from people like you we wouldn't have this great site.
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Post by PaleoRob » Feb 11 2007 8:15 am

Keep it up! There's plenty more hikes to document in this great state! ;)
That's what I love about this site, its such a vibrant, active community. Three cheers to all who participate. :D
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Congratulations Randal !!

Post by Grasshopper » Feb 11 2007 10:35 am

Congratulations.. : king : !!

As a new member to HAZ, I have learned very quickly to ALWAYS STOP at your TRIP LOG Postings!.. I just added your latest 1/27 posting: "Martinez Canyon via Cottonwood & Box Canyon" to my personal WISH LIST.. I have been wanting to get into BOX CANYON for 3 years now, and did not know how to approach it until now.. Thanks again!

Best Regard,
(Outside.. "there is No Place Like It!!")

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Post by Davis2001r6 » Feb 11 2007 11:34 am

Thanks Randal! Your the Payton Manning to Brett Favre's record! I guess I need to quite hiking all the trails on here and find some of my own to do a write-up.

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Post by wallyfrack » Feb 11 2007 12:39 pm

Thanks Randal! I'd be content just to shadow your many trips.

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Post by Al_HikesAZ » Feb 11 2007 1:18 pm

Thanks Randal. You write great hike descriptions and take great photos. Thanks for all of your contributions. We really appreciate it. : app :
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Post by AZLOT69 » Feb 11 2007 5:12 pm

Good job Randal....keep em comming !
It's best for a man to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open his mouth and remove all doubt.
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Post by az420dude » Feb 11 2007 5:30 pm


I always enjoy reading your trail descriptions. The detail in them are just incredible! Very well written and photographed. Your obvious hard work and the hard work of others truly make HAZ the best hiking resource on the net!

Congratulations on your milestone...it is much appreciated. :bigth:


ps- Never knew about the Ray Road Access Trail - and its in my own backyard! Thank you!

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Post by Shi » Feb 12 2007 5:35 pm

Randal, Congratulations and thank you for all the information you are so willing to share with all of us! One day, I hope to do some of the trails that you so eloquently write about! Mary
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Post by Trishness » Feb 16 2007 9:07 pm

Congrats Randal!

Been ages since I've seen you on the trail....I must be hiking different ones than you these days.

Thanks for all the contributions you make to the site......they are appreciated by all!


"May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds" Ed Abbey

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