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Old 08-03-2004, 07:37 PM
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Same question for you Ben... ???
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And the last pic...............the pit crew.

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Old 08-03-2004, 08:13 PM
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Originally Posted by WATRD
Same question for you Ben... ???
FYI, for the area we were in.

Yakima County

Fire Danger: Very High / Extreme


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1) For outdoor residential burning please contact the Department of Ecology at 509-575-2490.

2) Be sure that you follow all the conditions of your burn permit. Be aware of air speed and direction limits.

3) Notify your local fire district prior to lighting piles.

4) All open flames are banned on DNR protection effective July 30, 2004.

5) Campfires are prohibited except in designated campgrounds within fire rings effective July 30, 2004.

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Hence my question...
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Originally Posted by WATRD
Hence my question...
Well, making assumptions from what Ben said...they could've gone to a "designated campground" with fire-pit and built the fire there. Or they could've gone home with the wood too...

Or maybe they took the phrase "sporting wood" too seriously...

However...this all remains to be heard...(suspense...gasp )...
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Well, making assumptions from what Ben said...they could've gone to a "designated campground" with fire-pit and built the fire there.
That is true. I am not aware of any designated campgrounds in the area, so that is why I asked. I would love to make a run up there and camp close to some of the trails in that area and still have a fire, but don't know how to make that happen.
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We grabbed whatever we happened upon in case we found a campsite that would allow it, but instead it ended up being used as campsite furniture.
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And the last pic...............the pit crew.

What Ben didn't mention is Kyle is actually bench pressing the truck in that photo.
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Old 08-03-2004, 09:19 PM
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We grabbed whatever we happened upon in case we found a campsite that would allow it, but instead it ended up being used as campsite furniture.
Bummer! It sucks to haul wood around and not get to use it. Besides, camping is never the same when you can't have a fire
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Old 08-04-2004, 06:19 AM
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Hence my question...
Officer Rob,

If you would like to take a trip up there I would be more than happy to show you that pile of wood. I sure wouldn't want you posting my picture and lisnense plate.

I don't know why the attacks lately but they must stop.

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WOW thats awesome... I wish we had Rocks and hills like that in my part of the world. All we get is dirt hills and mud.

Sorry about the "Break" Thank GOD no one was hurt... That defenitaly had potential for a RollOver situation.

It's always awesome to hear about other Wheelers helping out the stranded guy.
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Originally Posted by GRNTACO
Officer Rob,

If you would like to take a trip up to there I would be more than happy to show you that pile of wood. I sure wouldn't want you posting my picture and lisnense plate.

I don't know why the attacks lately but they must stop.
hahahaha It's been a while since anyone called me that...

No trip required, I was just asking a question. I was interested in where you could have a campfire in the area, but it sounds like you can't There was some talk years and years ago about developing some of that area for camping, but I never heard what came of it...

Sorry you are feeling attacked.
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Originally Posted by WATRD
hahahaha It's been a while since anyone called me that...

No trip required, I was just asking a question. I was interested in where you could have a campfire in the area, but it sounds like you can't There was some talk years and years ago about developing some of that area for camping, but I never heard what came of it...

Sorry you are feeling attacked.
There is designated camping in that area, around Manastash Lake, but you can't drive down to the lake. It is ATV, horseback or foot only and it is a 1/4 - 1/2 mile trek and that is more effort than I'm willing to put for camping.
Form where we were camped you could see the whole lake and the campfires.

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hahahah I have camped up on a ridge in Greenwater during a burn ban. Down below you can see a developed camp area on the river, with people dancing around their campfires, while we sit up top and freeze our fannies off. They get these raging bonfires going that are spraying sparks in the air down below, but less than an 1/8th of a mile away as the crow flies, we would be breaking the law by having a tiny "indian" fire. Go figure. Of course, we are camped in a relatively pristine area and they are camped in, well, a "developed" area
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Bummer! It sucks to haul wood around and not get to use it. Besides, camping is never the same when you can't have a fire
we did use it.....i now have new and improved blocks.
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Originally Posted by 2pwrlftrs4u
we did use it.....i now have new and improved blocks.
Welcome to the board Kyle!
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OUCH! Man, that would have scared the crap out of me hearing that snap! Cool pics guys. Seeing someone with crawler gears (Shane) in action never fails to amaze me.
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