Tribe wrote:The acreage from the infamous Hayman Fire was literally across the road from Our bunkhouse ...
Tribe wrote:many folks around the area were not happy with the Forest Service ...
You can't please all the people all the time. Around here, they only hate the Parks Service and Wilderness Management divisions. But our Forest Service employees haven't burned down 200,000 acres with a flaming letter, yet. Give 'em time. My only beef with the local FS is that the dude who mans the phone lines at a particular ranger district is a flaming idiot. You call with one question, a real easy one, and ten minutes later you still have no answer and you want to bang his head against a wall. My buddy at another station keeps laughing at me and warning me not to call there but it's literally the only resource for information on a particular section of Mt. Hood. I vote for getting rid of Mr. Idiot and using his pay to install webcams. Problem solved. Or, hey, you could take his spot. I have a feeling people would get answers REAL quick with you guarding the clubhouse.
Tribe wrote:public relations ( I Am not so good at that )
I got sucked into a forum conversation last night, trying to explain to someone that science is not infallible, especially medical science. Every person's body is different and the most valuable thing you can learn to do is to listen to what yours is asking for. Seemed he'd rather have strangers make his decisions for him. Poor guy. (sigh)
Tribe wrote:I Loved CO ... But, I didn't like the general pop or attitude ... I found the Pac West people more to My liking
That's why I moved here: less keeping up with the Joneses, more variety of people and ideas, less dry cleaning, more Polartec. Ha, ha.
Tribe wrote:You do have to give up on " better " weather though
I have acquired an intense distaste for sunburn, so I love it overcast. The humidity I can do without, though. I only like to towel off once when I step out of the shower. Up side is that everyone's skin and hair is lush and healthy from all the moisture in the air.
Tribe wrote:I found a stampeding herd of buffalo to be the scariest ... & not so scary but amusing
Ditto on stampeding people, especially when it's a mental stampede of ignorance and ego.
Tribe wrote:Getting head butted by a Mountain Goat in Glacier NP ... He was playing around but kept head butting Me every time I turned around ... ... ...
It was your hair, it turned him on.
I got head butted by a Great Dane this past winter. He dislocated my nose and broke my sphenoid. He was just playing--he was a puppy--but damn, dem puppies is big!
Time for my leg workout.