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Robert Jones  
Fair Weather Friends
12/8/03, 8:00pm (Last Edited: 12/9/03, 4:40am)
I took another trip to Pine Log State Park last weekend. I conned Rub into coming too. Campfire steaks and potatos were excellent. The only problem was the 34ish degree weather did not agree with him too well and we wound up packing up camp and leaving around midnight. I kinda doubt that he will try another trip even when the weather is good.

I am thinking about heading out tonight around midnight and sleeping on a tarp watching the sky and full moon by the fire.

K.C. wants to go.

If nothing else I might take a little backpacking trip to Torreya tomorrow. K.C. can't go because they don't allow dogs in the campsites even in the back country. If I do that one I will need to buy a new water purifier tomorrow.

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Robert Jones  
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12/9/03, 2:35am
Monday Night Football and the NFR kept me glued to the house last night. It is supposed to rain and thunder tonight. I might decide to get out anyway.

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12/9/03, 3:49am
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>If nothing else I might take a little backpacking trip to
>Torreya tomorrow. K.C. cant go because they don't allow dogs
>in the campsites even in the back country. If I do that one I
>will need to buy a new water purifyer tomorrow.

I have seen many back country areas that forbid dogs.

Apparently, their "marking" of the area drives the wildlife nuts.

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12/9/03, 3:54am
I think they are forbiden because they poop on the trail and some people are afraid of them and owners sometimes let them run loose unleashed.

I am guilty too as I like to let K.C. off of his leash. He minds well and is very friendly but he is a large dog and some people are phobic around dogs especially large dogs.

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12/10/03, 2:30am
>Apparently, their "marking" of the area drives the wildlife
>nuts.

Usually it's just state and national parks, and it isn't the wildlife they're concerned about (though you're right, it can bother the wild animals).

There is only one wilderness area in California I know of where dogs are not allowed, and that's the State Park section of the San Jacinto Wilderness. They also aren't allowed in Joshua Tree or Anza Borego, but I don't think those two are officially designated as wilderness areas. They are both state parks, however.

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