[pct-l] Loin sightings

Brian Kelly too_obtuse at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 6 12:12:59 CDT 2009

Dang,  I wanted to find out who's loins were sighted.  What a let down.

Too Obtuse

--- On Mon, 4/6/09, Georgi Heitman <bobbnweav at gmail.com> wrote:

> From: Georgi Heitman <bobbnweav at gmail.com>
> Subject: [pct-l] Loin sightings
> To: diane at santabarbarahikes.com, "pct-l at backcountry.net" <pct-l at backcountry.net>
> Date: Monday, April 6, 2009, 1:09 PM
> Never seen at cat up here at The
> Hideaway at Old Station
> either, tho we know one was 'working' the area that
> includes the trail and
> the resort where hikers leave the trail to reach the P.O.
> and the Hideaway a
> couple of years back.  Our signs cautioning hikers
> were still up last year,
> I think...look for a saber toothed tiger, it was the
> closest thing to a
> cougar picture I could find.  So they're out there.
> Like you, we're more apt to be attacked by a hummer or a
> black bird.  The
> black birds because we've ventured too close to their nests
> at hatching
> time, the hummers because we're between them and the
> nearest feeder, a
> dangerous place to be.
> I agree entirely with your last paragraph, knives are
> useful, they open
> things, slice things, and as read in a post somewhere here
> recently, can
> become a weapon that can make a difference in surviving or
> not.  But, the
> greater risk is on the highway, tho please remember, you
> out-of-staters who
> plan to drive at some point in CA, both chatting and
> texting on cell phones
> is illegal in this state.  Talking's O.K. if you're
> over 21 and are using a
> Bluetooth or something else that allows you to have both
> hands on the
> wheel.  Take care please, both on and off the
> trail.  We'd like you to all
> arrive at the Hideaway in one piece!
> FireFly
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