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The economy right here.

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You may be wondering what the overall economic picture is here in a wilderness area and I can say that it is very very quiet and no activity. Highway 95 has very little traffic on it and the camping and atving crowd is not here. Part of this picture can be blamed on the rainey weather, but still there is little activity about in the back country. The high country (6ooo ft) is out of the question because you still have a lot of runoffs and fast flowing streams. Not safe for anyone at this point. The people that are involved in white water rafting and not seeing any business. The are still fishing..but then they are always fishing year round. Another sign of the slow down is the ppolice/emergency scanner...there is little response out there. Things are very quiet. The economy has come to a rest!!!!!

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MM, would you be my "guide" if I show up for a visit out there???!!!:drool::thumbup2: Serious also!!!:smart::thumbup2: It may take a few years to "arrange" it, but, it's on my list...............and so are you!!!!!!:hyper::thumb1:

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