He is right, but my first thought was too bad he had to tell the world about it because now it may get ruined with litter and become a popular tourist attraction.There are plenty of natural wonders out there for everybody, he said. For example, he's seen a giant manzanita shrub with a three-foot diameter stump, and he said he may be the only person to know about it.
They can build a trail so long as it isn't a boardwalk. And when they describe the area as "remote" I think that is a good thing.JesseJames said:Very nice.
Hopefully they won't "build" a trail to it. Let the people who really want to see it and appreciate it make the hard trek.
I think the quickest way to ruin something like that is to make it "tourist friendly".
Suuuuure.ARTICLE: "I just decided to go looking for it. But I went in and hiked up and never found anything," Weatherbee said. The map had been more than a mile off.
They are building a trail to it. It will be about 2 miles.Inspector Lee said:They can build a trail so long as it isn't a boardwalk. And when they describe the area as "remote" I think that is a good thing.
Yeah, I should have read the whole article. Jeez, a whopper 2 mile jaunt. Might need to construct a libation station about halfway. I'm thinking malts and frozen snickers. But nonetheless enough angry young man... Just goes to show there are a lot of interesting things out there in the woods. Just gotta take a couple steps off the concrete...AmbitiousLemon said:They are building a trail to it. It will be about 2 miles.
Honestly, he might have been going off a USGS quadrangle. Some of those haven't been uppdated since the late 40s depending on the area.Suuuuure.
Someone teach this guy how to read a map.