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Old 07-06-2014, 09:30 PM
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Default pictures of stream and wet areas

Our mitigation to the objection that we objected to is two weeks from now. One of their main reasons that there was the lack to Class II trails is stream crossing. The second objected we filed was the shortness of the season and that is being brought forward by the wetness of the trail system that is proposed. We will be attending the Trail Jamboree and we know the clubs of Washington have done considerable work throughout your Class II trails systems and have crossed these streams and wet areas. What we need is pictures of what was built and how the trails were routed around or across wet areas and streams. Streams running or not is one of the biggest hang up at this time. If you could bring these with you or send them to us it would be a big help. If you have names of people that took lots of picture can you send their name and contact number. I need to be able to load to disk or thumb drive and be able to leave them with the people taking our objections after they have viewed them on my laptop. Thank you. Randy Drake.
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Old 07-07-2014, 05:11 PM
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Any pics of rock armored approaches and crossings of intermittent waterways would be appreciated as well to show the Responsible Official what they look like and how they work.


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