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Re: [hr100] Hardrockers input on a BLM issue

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  • Dale Garland
    Hi Rich, Good to hear from you. I d agree with your point, however I don t want to get in a tit for tat relationship with the BLM so let s leave the sheep
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      Hi Rich,
      Good to hear from you. I'd agree with your point, however I don't want
      to get in a tit for tat relationship with the BLM so let's leave the sheep
      issue alone. Isn't getting out of shape so much more fun than getting into
      shape???
      Dale


      On Tue, 8 Jun 2010 08:57:52 -0700 (PDT)
      Rich Haefele <rh433@...> wrote:
      > Hi Dale,
      > Can we mention the sheep from 2004?  I will email them but it perplexes me
      >that they allow so few runners and yet let a thousand head of sheep loose to
      >run amok.  I hope all goes well with the race this year, and I am happily
      >getting fat this summer.  I do think that the segment of the course between
      >Silverton and Sherman is some of the most beautiful in all of Colorado.
      >  
      > Cheers,
      > Rich Haefele
      >
      > --- On Tue, 6/8/10, Dale Garland <hardrock100@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      >From: Dale Garland <hardrock100@...>
      > Subject: [hr100] Hardrockers input on a BLM issue
      > To: hr100@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 7:34 AM
      >
      >
      >  
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      > Hi Hardrockers,
      > Hardrock would like to ask your help in letting the Bureau of Land
      > Management know how much you enjoy utilizing the lands that Hardrock course
      > uses.
      > The BLM has released a Draft Recreation Management Plan and related
      > Environmental Assessment for public comment for a portion of our course. WE
      >DO
      > NOT PERCEIVE ANY THREAT TO HARDROCK BECAUSE OF THIS PLAN but we do feel that
      > it is important that the BLM know how much we enjoy the area and how much we
      > value the continued use of the area for Hardrock.
      > So what can you do?
      > 1. you can check out the draft plan at
      > http:www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/gfo/loop_plan.html
      > 2. THIS IS MOST IMPORTANT THING: Send an e-mail comment to Jed Botsford at
      > jed_botsford@... letting him know that you support the BLM in their
      > continuing efforts to manage recreational use in the Alpine Triangle
      > Management area AND continuing to allow the Hardrock Hundred to operate as
      > part of that recreational use.
      >
      > HARDROCK IS VERY PROUD OF OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE BLM AND WE WANT TO
      > WORK WITH THEM TO ENSURE THAT OUR EVENT IS SEEN AS BOTH INTEGRAL TO THE AREA
      > AS WELL AS A RESPONSIBLY MANAGED EVENT. PLEASE DROP JED A LINE LETTING HIM
      > KNOW THAT YOU SUPPORT HARDROCK AND OUR EFFORTS TO PUT ON AN ENVIRONMENTALLY
      > RESPONSIBLE AND WELL MANAGED EVENT. YOUR COMMENTS WILL HELP ENSURE THAT OUR
      > VOICE IS HEARD WHEN THE NEW MANAGEMENT PLAN IS PUT TOGETHER AND THAT
      >HARDROCK
      > WILL CONTINUE TO THRIVE. PUBLIC COMMENTS ARE WELCOME UNTIL JUNE 21.
      >
      > Thanks for your support of Hardrock!!
      > Dale Garland and the Hardrock Board of Directors
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