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Old 10-29-2012, 06:21 AM   #5737
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Originally Posted by RenoDeano
David, that is, I believe, invasive species. But:

Since the mid 20th century, cheatgrass has become the most consumed and widely occurring forage species in the Intermountain Area. If it had not been for cheatgrass invasion of ranges where the native perennial grasses were reduced by excessive, continuous, improperly timed grazing in the late 19th and early 20th century, the range livestock industry would have collapsed by the mid 20th century.
I'd never heard of the stuff, and yet it made the New York Times last July.

Originally Posted by McDOPE View Post
Dunn Ridge Road is destined to be added to many a "bucket list"
I reckon so!

Originally Posted by bk brkr baker View Post
For dinner I went to the Winnett Bar. The gal running the place was a hoot and a half.
Yep, it was a friendly place for sure.

Originally Posted by DockingPilot View Post

"Lawn sprinkler under the tent"
A very good reason to use stakes Mark !

I imagine you've got your work cut out for you today, eh Frank? Be safe.
"I came into this game for the action, the excitement; go anywhere, travel light... get in, get out... wherever there's trouble, a man alone... Now they got the whole country sectioned off; you can't make a move without a form." --Robert De Niro as Archibald 'Harry' Tuttle in Brazil, 1985. The Mobius Trip index | Spot tracking live 4/18-5/4/13 | AdventureLoft™ Tent Space
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