One just got posted.
One just got posted.
I'm still looking for one for the wife
I'm excited for this year. I tore out my old raised beds and am going to build new ones. Going for a different set up.
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It's in Glenoma wa. Bought it for my property in e wa. I need a septic system more than my quad at this time.
Pepper and onion starts have been growing inside for 2 weeks now. Tomatoes getting started in the next few days.
No, not counting on that. hard to sustain those numbers. Half is still a lot of fish though. Hoping for that at least.
With proper.fish management we should have a million plus fish every year for the fall run.
Where do we have to drive to pick her up?
My property is wet and 4 wheel drives would be best. Undeveloped land that's just river spoils but it's pretty solid. I should have a net or 2 for people to borrow. And what makes me happiest is when people bring the kids because stuff like this is important. I don't have a mail box but the address is 191 Cowlitz gardens rd. Property has 2 entrances, one will be blocked by cars looking for parking the other will just be road baracades that can be moved to let people down at the southern (down stream) end of my parcel. Second drive kinda hidden but will have a couple fold up style road signs. Little bit of a drop off, so no low riders.
I have a 2013 Arctic cat 400 for sale. 450 miles on her. 3,200 firm. I will throw in the ramps too. Pm me if interested
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So explain to me in your thoughts and opinions. How can we keep places like this to not be rutted up, ruined for the next generations, keep the animals safe on their wintering grounds, and still allow access to foot and vehicle access year round?
enforcement of current laws
There's zero sense to create new laws and closures when the law breakers have no trouble breaking the laws already on the books. By advocating increased closures due the actions of a few you're just hurting the people who abide by the law.