[pct-l] Trail CLosure Near Kitchen Creek
fuzzmcpherson at yahoo.com
Thu May 7 10:35:24 CDT 2009
I didn't see anything offensive in what Bill said. As someone who served before, though, I feel like I should say thanks for sticking up for the guys who died in the event anything could have been seen in what he said as inappropriate (I really don't think there was). That is a pretty sad thing. Let's all hope at this point the rescue workers are safe in dealing with the wreckage and ordinance, etc.
Have an enjoyable Thursday, everyone.
From: Bill Burge <bill at burge.com>
To: PCTL Listserve <pct-l at backcountry.net>
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2009 8:21:58 PM
Subject: Re: [pct-l] Trail CLosure Near Kitchen Creek
No, I wouldn't...
I made NO reference to the men who died in the unfortunate incident.
This was entirely about having to be a hiker in those sorts of trail
My brother's a Marine. Special Operations: Bosnia, Afghanistan,
Iraq... oorah, semper fi
On May 6, 2009, at 7:20 PM, Postholer wrote:
>> A bit inappropriate and insensitive.... Two men died in this crash...
> Likewise on that. Had a hiker with AIDS died of a drug overdose, while
> reading Karl Marx on the trail we'd all be crying our eyes out and
> discussing the placement of a monument.
> Two of the finest people our society produces died today and it's
> viewed as an 'inconvenience' for the hiking community.
> Yet another tragedy.
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