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Redneck Ranger
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Revis Ranch

Post by Redneck Ranger » Dec 05 2008 8:00 am

Does any 1 know the status of water availability at revis ranch. Heading up there soon and trying to decide how much I need to pack in.
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SuperstitionGuy
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Re: Revis Ranch

Post by SuperstitionGuy » Dec 05 2008 7:01 pm

From reading recent posts you should expect pools in Reavis Creek and possibly even running water with the current recent rains. The spring north of the orchard will be flowing but the question is do you know where it is? If not let me know and I will describe how to locate it. Are you hiking, backpacking or horse packing? And what direction will you be coming from?
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Re: Revis Ranch

Post by big_load » Dec 05 2008 8:07 pm

SuperstitionGuy wrote:horse packing
If you're horse packing, please, please, please don't let your animals sh*t in the water. Two of the last three times I've been at the ranch, the creek was fouled.

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Re: Revis Ranch

Post by azdesertfather » Dec 05 2008 10:12 pm

big_load wrote:If you're horse packing, please, please, please don't let your animals sh*t in the water. Two of the last three times I've been at the ranch, the creek was fouled.
It amazes me that this is still a problem in 21st century America. I saw it all the time in India, even humans doing that (in public no less), but here? Don't we know better?
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