"Healthy Forests" in Texas?
abc at xyz.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Wed Apr 28 05:36:44 EST 2004
That's what I like about alt.forestry- here I see a sense of humor. When I
dialogue with foresters in Mass.- online (or the national SAF lists), they
are the most dead serious, pretentious bunch you can imagine (that New
England Yankee thing) I suppose all trying to show that they are SAF
"professional foresters"- I don't think I've seen in the past several years
a single attempt at any humor or wit- other than Karl Davies of course.
Mostly just a lot of stuffed shirts who don't like having their idiot
propaganda deconstructed. <G>
alt.forestry, the best forestry online discussion area on this planet. <G>
Even the Guild list servers are boring.
"mhagen" <replyto at group.only> wrote in message
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> Don Staples wrote:
> > "Larry Harrell" <lhfotoware at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:7a90c754.0404261606.3820b65 at posting.google.com...
> >>"Don Staples" <dstaples at livingston.net> wrote in message
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> >>>"Larry Harrell" <lhfotoware at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> >>>news:7a90c754.0404220556.7180ba41 at posting.google.com...
> >>I could also be headed to the Allegheny NF to work on blowdown
> >>salvage. Any tips or tricks about working in that country? I'm hoping
> >>to catch a Pirates game either coming or going <G>.
> > Depending on where, take some oxygen, plasma, and id for return of
> > Pictures I have seen indicate a rough road.
> Hoo boy! I cruised blowdown after the Columbus day windstorm on the
> Olympic Peninsula for two years. You can go all day without touching the
> ground. Keep your corks long and sharp. Think light thoughts!
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