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cooking meth is just so much more convenient. ;)RedRoxx44 wrote:But how will the pot farmers get to those crops???
Look closer... while FR230 bumps against the wilderness border at the Devils Chasm 'corner' on FR203, it does not actually cross the border.Oregon Hiker wrote:A quick check of the SA boundary shown in the FS Topo on Mapdex indicates that FR 203 first dips in to the SA Wilderness at Devil's Chasm traveling north.
Yes, toward the north end there are a number of incursions.Oregon Hiker wrote: Traveling south from HW 288 at Board Tree Saddle it first dips into the SA Wilderness just past PB Ranch. Between these two points the road dips in and out of the wilderness at several locations.
Yes, the maps in HAZ Mapdex show FR203 just bumping against the wilderness boundary but the 1986 and 2004 USGS Sombrero Peak Quad map shows FR203 dipping into the wilderness at Devils Chasm. There definitely is a mystery afoot.CannondaleKid wrote:Look closer... while FR230 bumps against the wilderness border at the Devils Chasm 'corner' on FR203, it does not actually cross the border.
That is consistent with what the Game & Fish guy, Tim Holt, told us on Mar 24.Darth Stiller wrote: He seemed to get the impression that it's not a done deal yet, but definitely moving in that direction.