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Old 03-08-2013, 09:15 AM
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Out of the list of bad things that come out of all the new backcountry regulations, the only good thing is that a hiker is now allowed to stay a horse camps. While I haven't heard of it ever being enforced before, it is nice that a fisherman can now stay at 36 closer to the headwaters of Big Creek.

Why are the horses not charged to go overnight? My 3 year olds are. They don't leave quagmires and erosion everywhere and rough up the trails, and tear up the campsites. They don't leave huge piles of **** everywhere.

It's funny you picked that sign Joe Fred. I was just there hiking with the family a couple weekends ago, and Thomas who is now proving to be a real stickler for the rules and likes to point out for everybody

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