[cdt-l] Montana fires question

Skot Phrea skotphrea at hctc.net
Wed Sep 19 01:22:51 CDT 2007

God may think of you as one of those who defy frying, In my opinion as an accused Troll, I am of the mind that lightn' or postin it thru wholes is much more a concern. It would be a great wish to me that those who understand advesity could undestand my polite dissenchantment. AFTER  A CHAT WITH THE TINMAN , I realized the harsh tone of my corrispondence. POOR Magzine people that believe that they have some sort of security perhaps are blessed with the oppotunity not to punch thier bosses instead of creating digital confettty.Maybe like some harebrained idea of electronik breadcrumbs. THEY BYPASSED THE CABIN AWS WELL AS THE ENSUING CASCADES ? I LOVE YOU MR.LEY AND I OWE YOU MR. WOLF.      THANK YOU " MAGS " FOR giving the folks from P.A. a  welcome to Boulder. Kris Wagner is one to endorse !!!!!         ALSO : I WOULD ACTUALLY FEEL SO BAD IF ANY OF YOU DID NOT CARRY " PROTECTION " Let alone take up wheeled SKYDIVING.    NOT A TROLL BUT A FAN OF EXISTENSHAOMIZM.     Sorry for my crappy attitude,   I'm not really thogh becase I am honest in my head,. I LOVE EVERYONE, ESPEACIALLY THOSE WHOM I DO NOT UNDESTAND,     PLEASE GET AWAY FROM COMMPUTERS < AN OLD WOMAN TAUGHT ME THREE THINGS THAT ACTUALLY MADE SOME SENSE :  Go Cheap , Go Lite,  and Go Now !   That is an Intangible Harvest ?  Sorry for the lack of time for aspeell check.           THANK YOU J & G for your insight into life !
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Mr Don Grant 
  To: cdt-l at backcountry.net 
  Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 11:21 AM
  Subject: Re: [cdt-l] Montana fires question

  Dear Just Joe,

  Keep us posted. We stopped at Rawlins 08/09 and will reume there next June.

  Ralph and Alice Kramden, The Honeymooners

  ronald j marovelli jr <justjoe at yepmail.net> wrote:
    JustJoe has made it thru the fires on the offical route. Having
    enocuntered three Hot Spots, One around Gooseberry Fire Cabin, Ahorn and
    the Skyland Fire. If you go undetected by the fire crews Hap at
    it...JustJoe made it thru without any really dangers...Yeah Right, but
    its do able if you want to take that risk David. If not, crab yourself a
    fire suit and push on thru or you could continue on driving up to
    Glacier in your Ford Ranger. Your Choice.

    On Fri, 7 Sep 2007 12:04:46 -0700 (PDT), "David Aneyci"
    > Greetings from Darby...I am wondering if any of the trail sages know of a
    > resource that will tell me the *precise* location of the actively burning
    > fires that impact the trail in Montana, or if any
    > courageous/insane/stupid northbounders have actually been through any of
    > the closed segments and are willing to confess publicly. As far as I
    > know I am the last of the litter, except for this one fellow that is
    > going through about the same time as me and is planning on hiking the
    > established route unless he meets a wall of flame or a phalanx of armed
    > rangers. Any information that I could pass on to him would be greatly
    > appreciated and of course be kept strictly confidential. Walking on...
    > the Humungus
    > life is but a dream... 
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