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I too love the Kaibab. Not to defend the Coconino more than they deserve, but I do think it is important to consider that the Coconino is really more of an "urban forest", dealing with more areas that are heavily used and close to populated areas, all the while encompassing an incredibly diverse amount of biozones, many of which are highly sensitive. The Kaibab manages the forest much better than the Coconino, however the Coconino admittedly has much, much more on their plate.Jim_H wrote:I love the Kaibab National Forest.
I know you weren't, I just bringing up a point that I didn't think had been mentioned here before. On a separate note, I didn't know you wore bows in your hair? I wouldn't guess it would be long enough enough to do so...Jim_H wrote:I wasn't attacking the Coco or any other NF
Flaming Raccoon Starts Fire
SALT LAKE CITY -- Authorities say a raccoon that clambered up a power pole, touched electrical wires and burst into flames caused a grass fire in an industrial area of Salt Lake City.
Crews have now extinguished the fast-moving blaze that started when the burning raccoon fell to the ground. The fire burned about 10 acres and threatened several nearby businesses. No damage or injuries were reported.