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For most people it isn't. But for people who teech our skrool childrens it is.friendofThundergod wrote:I just wasn't aware that on a forum page where participants regularly replace punctuation marks with smiley faces and other emoticons to express their feelings that grammar and spelling were placed at such a high premium.
It's as good an excuse as any to go hiking. I am kind of curious about how it would traverse or skirt the Res.blisterfree wrote: Thoughts? Opinions? I don't wanna get into the nitty gritty of which trails, which precise alignment, etc. There are a bazillion options and thanks to HAZ many are easily researched and tracked.
Please don't feed the bears, JasonJason Cleghorn wrote:@chumley
Your post above is why I love HAZ. People that are as passionate about knowing 'things' and explaining them to others as I, about subjects arcane enough to be considered slightly nerdy, but not so nerdy that you're an outcast! LMAO.
Fixed it for you.friendofThundergod wrote:Oh know, I no the difference,
I think it's an awesome idea. What's amusing is the "crown jewel" of the Mogollon Rim is that section defined by the USGS, especially west of Canyon Creek, and features the worst of trails. Up on the rim, the General Crook is virtually impossible to follow and features the joys of dust from motorized traffic on FR300, while just below the rim, the Highline is not generally noted for pleasant hiking experiences.blisterfree wrote:Yes, this was all a ruse to elicit feedback on where a long-distance hiking route encompassing the Mogollon Rim ought to begin and end.
I'm somewhat aware, somewhat in the dark. How does the rest of the Highline differ from the Arizona Trail portion? Any recent fires or major log rolling contests to endure?while just below the rim, the Highline is not generally noted for pleasant hiking experiences.
The General Crook is not that hard to follow.chumley wrote:General Crook is virtually impossible to follow and features the joys of dust from motorized traffic on FR300