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07-26-2006, 07:27
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Actual Hiker Comments
A wilderness area asked hikers to fill out comment cards. These are actual comments left by hikers.

Trail needs to be reconstructed. Please avoid building trails that go uphill.

Too many bugs and leaches and spiders and spider webs. Please spray the wilderness to rid the area of these pests.

Please pave the trails so they can be plowed of snow during the winter.

Chairlifts need to be in some places so that we can get to wonderful views without having to hike to them.

The coyotes made too much noise last night and kept me awake. Please eradicate these annoying animals.

A small deer came into my camp and stole my jar of pickles. Is there a way I can get reimbursed? Please call XXX-XXX-XXXX.

Reflectors need to be placed on trees every 50 feet so people can hike at night with flashlights.

Escalators would help on steep uphill sections.

Need more signs to keep area pristine.

A McDonalds would be nice at the trailhead.

The places where trails do not exist are not well marked.

I brought lots of sandwich makings, but forgot bread. If you have extra bread, leave it in the yellow tent at V Lake.

Too many rocks in the mountains.

Crazy Larry #1
07-26-2006, 08:52
that's an oldie, but goodie.................

08-04-2006, 17:54
Funny. Belly laughter is back.

08-04-2006, 19:39
please add places to recharge my cellphone

08-04-2006, 20:50
Reflectors need to be placed on trees every 50 feet so people can hike at night with flashlights.

OK - I know this is meant to be a joke - but how about using reflective paint for the white blazes? I've only night hiked a couple of times, and I think a reflector or two would have made the trek a bit easier... I certainly would not advocate more blazes or additional reflectors of a different color - just enhancing the existing blazes. :-?

Dances with Mice
08-04-2006, 22:17
Wilderness viewing would be improved by cutting down the trees on mountaintops.