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    Is it the BLM posting that land “NO TRESPASSING”? If it’s BLM aren’t we all, as citizen, the property owners?
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    Caves👍 mines👎. I would think a bit of explosive would collapse most of them.
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    When I’m hiking alone this is always in my pack just in case. No subscription needed, only to be used when it hits the fan.
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    7 years around Africa in my Land Rover / now African Wildlife Films

    Subscribed! We were in SA several years back and are planning (hopefully) a return to explore a bit more. Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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    Winter is coming!
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    That Bears Ears book just popped up in my latest “recommended reading” from Bezos Inc. I’ll have to look for it at the library.
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    I always enjoy your updates. We’re in the process of planning our summer travels. Headed to your neck of the woods, Montana! I just read an article in the Colorado Sun that doesn’t bode well for our lifestyle. https://coloradosun.com/2022/02/04/dispersed-camping-chaffee-county/
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    My wife and I spent some time this fall in Southeast Utah, absolutely love it there. We stayed in Monticello and wanted to visit Bears Ears and Natural Bridges. SR 95 out of Blanding was closed due to bridge damage so we drove south through Bluff and up the Moki Dugway. Really glad that bridge...
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    We’ll, now you’ve gone and did it to me. I just downloaded Lost World of the Old Ones. Down the rabbit hole I go!
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    Petroglyphs are indeed fascinating. If your travels take you to the Alamogordo area, check out the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site. according to the volunteer there, over 22,000 petroglyphs in the area. When you walk the trail it seems like every other rock has something on it.
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    You need altitude!
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    KEEP POSTING!! Even if you settle down you will not lead a sedentary life. We’ll still follow your adventures or just you walkin’ the dogs mini adventures.
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    Before we moved to the Florida Panhandle this past Saturday my wife was the Vice President of Marrvelous Pet Rescue in the Florida Keys. In addition to our two dogs we have fostered over 50 dogs awaiting adoption. We always kept a couple cans of puréed pumpkin (not pie filling) in the cupboard...
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    Great news! Two are always better than one.
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    That washboard looks brutal!
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    I forgot to add. What got me interested in that area in the first place was the Jim Chee novels written by Tony Hillerman.
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    jerry, you’ve put Valley of the Gods on the ”must do” list for me. I’ve passed through Mexican Hat before but didn’t see any reason to linger. I’ll have to give the area another shot. When I hike alone I always carry my PLB in my backpack and was wondering if you had one. I always think about...
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    Maybe our new commander in chief will reinstate all the land in Bears Ears that was annexed by the last one?
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    jerry, you look like you’re following in our Colorado footsteps. We spent a week camped at Lizard Head Pass and did some fantastic hikes. Next time you’re in the area try the hike to Hope Lake, nice hike to a beautiful alpine lake. All trails has it as heavily trafficked but we only saw a couple...
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    The colors that you are seeing in the creeks and rivers are from all the tailing mounds that you see everywhere around Silverton and Ouray. When I lived in Vail back in the 80s the Eagle River was that color and the tailing ponds around Minturn were on the Superfund list.
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