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SalineOldTimer

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 #91 
Wood burning illustrates the camp host’s anti-social anti-visitor stance. I believe he burns community firewood for two reasons:

1) He does not like people making noise by the fire pit once he retires to his Fortress of Solitude;

2) He sells firewood so people’s donations compete with his business.

Otherwise, I do not know how to explain this anti-social behavior.

I propose ALL visitors coming for the President’s Day weekend get together and confront Lizard Lee – all 200+. In addition, the park rangers visit the campgrounds during the holiday. Please talk to them.



The camp host’s antics are getting detrimental to people’s enjoyment of the springs. Can somebody explain why he gathers burro crap into the common area fire pit? Can somebody explains why he defines everyone and feeds his burros?








JayOtheMountains

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 #92 
Let's talk about that community firewood, can we?

Over a week, I witnessed Lee build a fire every day with the "excess" firewood left in the pile. Each. and. every. day. HE piled it on, like ON. Every day at 2:30 when the crystal pool was emptied a fire was started. No one sat around it to enjoy it, no one to utilize the time/heat. It was always a larger fire - 5-7 logs - and he burnt it until all the wood in the pile was gone. Something along the lines of burning it to burn it so there was nothing there for people to use to discourage the late-night parties from happening. He stoked it and left it. Then the sun went down, and about the time folks would show up there was just a small pile of coals. Wood burned, pile lessened, and more wood was retrieved from camp(s) to have a good time. People would stop by and throw in excess wood to the pile, but it was summarily burned.

I bring wood every time I go. I used to leave my excess at the pile, but after witnessing it I will no longer do so. The pile doesn't stay for community fires. It gets burned by the host so that there is less and discourages folks from hanging out at the community pit. You don't see this on holiday weekends or the busy weeks because there are some significant "old-timers" who will call him out on it; and/or he knows better than to do so. But for those who show up with a small amount of wood and hope to contribute in part to a community night during the slow/quiet weeks, it's difficult to have a pile build over a few days and then be able to enjoy an evening when all the wood you bring is burned out of spite.

Bring your wood, but I'd recommend only bringing it to the community pit when you plan on attending. This, unless the host is realigned.
Farmer_Fred

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 #93 
Please bring firewood exclusively for the lower springs community fire pit  not   just leftover wood from your private camp. Thanks  

Might be extra folks over Pres Day weekend
Thunder58

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 #94 
So what are some of the camp needs this week? We are coming up this weekend 2/2
James Sel

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 #95 
Needing a picture of the fish pond is proof you know nothing about the subject. There, for one, is no fish pond there. Though feeders end up in the pond for good reason. If anything like this shows up I'll remove it. Unless the park puts it in, which would only happen on a cold day in hell.

mike s

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One more thing to garner complaints to the park superintendent. One more nail.
Sam D.

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1) Such cover is an eyesore and nobody can change my artistic preferences.
2) These "grids" have to be tied to each other somehow, so when the wind blows in heavy palm prongs they will sink the covers to the bottom trapping the fish.
3) These grids will have to be cut to accommodate the surface area. Leaving holes will defeat the purpose.
4) Such cover is an eyesore and nobody can change my artistic preferences.
Sam D.

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It is an eyesore IMHO. Perhaps something like this will work?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001134KK6/ref=asc_df_B001134KK65349759/?tag=hyprod-20&creative=394997&creativeASIN=B001134KK6&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198059943785&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=12532376612446988570&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1014054&hvtargid=pla-392626986149
Soakin' Stu

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While I would be sad to see all the koi gone, I would be more sad about seeing the eye-sore of a cover over the pond. Anyone up for some heron hunting?
JayOtheMountains

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A Cover ? SMFH


right. [rolleyes]
James Sel

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A Cover ? SMFH
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 #102 
Get a Heron decoy. They don't like each other.
Sam D.

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 #103 
A great blue heron flew in and ate them all.
Sam D.

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 #104 
There are only 4 remaining Koi fish that survived in the koi pond. Whoever brought the fish, please bring more.
Sam D.

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 #105 
To class up the thread:

Don’t leave me stranded on the poop chair.
Have a heart and leave more than a square.

you use the men’s room there in the mall,
and you find no tissue within,
just ask the fellow in the next stall,
“Ya got two fives for a ten?”

If you wipe up with a quilted sheet,
your butt will be on Easy Street.

Toilet tissue that’s soft with quilt,
allows firm wiping without much guilt.

On toilet paper that’s finely grooved,
wiping action is much improved.
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