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Re: Fixed anchors in wilderness areas of national parks

Postby drpw » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:08 am

The Chief wrote:
drpw wrote:
The Chief wrote:
builttospill wrote: Remember, oil companies are convinced that a couple of wellpads are pretty small and won't really hurt anybody.


Of course you do not drive a fossil fueled "OIL COMPANY" powered vehicle either, you most certainly walk everywhere and to ALL your adventure spots.... RIGHT?


Just so you know, I hardly ever use fossil fuels for transportation and that makes me a saint.



Please do share how you get to your mountain adventure destinations.


I said hardly ever.
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Re: Fixed anchors in wilderness areas of national parks

Postby The Chief » Wed Apr 20, 2011 7:42 am

drpw wrote:
The Chief wrote:
drpw wrote:
The Chief wrote:
builttospill wrote: Remember, oil companies are convinced that a couple of wellpads are pretty small and won't really hurt anybody.


Of course you do not drive a fossil fueled "OIL COMPANY" powered vehicle either, you most certainly walk everywhere and to ALL your adventure spots.... RIGHT?


Just so you know, I hardly ever use fossil fuels for transportation and that makes me a saint.



Please do share how you get to your mountain adventure destinations.


I said hardly ever.


So, you hardly ever really go climb and snowboard in the mountains... got it.
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Re: Fixed anchors in wilderness areas of national parks

Postby Mountainjeff » Sun May 22, 2011 3:47 am

I believe it is all national wilderness areas, but I could be wrong...
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