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I apologize, I assumed all were on the same page with regard to backcountry etiquette. I was not speaking of trash burying. BTW - I don't dump anything in the gorge, I can wait and dispose of it properly in the proper receptacle. With regard to 'trash' if the garbage can is full,folks should keep on...
- Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:51 pm
- Forum: Climbing Community
- Topic: Financial Support for Climbing from Climbers: The Problem
- Replies: 75
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If all would pitch in one thing each time you visit or use the land in any way, whether it be cleaning up around you, keeping up your own trash, paying a donation (best), providing some stewardship, anything as often as you visit. Pride and Respect in the land we have as a privilege to use warrants ...
Perhaps a new campaign to re-educate or educate folks to pick up after themselves and leave no trace in a more creative way. If there is a simple message sent to each person you or I know reminding them to pack it out and dispose of properly, and/or word of mouth goes a long way. Proper back country...
- Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:13 am
- Forum: Lost in the woods
- Topic: New Guidebook in print form?
- Replies: 42
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Stop on by True North they have the book for sale. Bought mine there over the weekend. They have great food too. We stayed there a few nights. It was better than camping.