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Mark - email
I've noticed the ditches beside the road up the mountain continue to run with clear water, and a wet-weather stream where I walk the dogs is also running longer than I expected.

Given the uncontrolled reproduction of the deer population, maybe responsibly controlled hunting is not such a bad idea right now.
Wednesday: 21 October 2009 @ 11:06:28

 

robin andrea - email - url
That does sound like an interesting experiment with the hunting access. I'm definitely interested in hearing how that works out for you and Glenn. Good luck with it.
Wednesday: 21 October 2009 @ 14:22:41

 

Wayne - email - url
Mark - probably good news - your surface elevation up there at the top of the mountain is about as high up as you can get - the water table must be way far down below it! Our surface elevation is about as far down as you can get in this local area.

I'm still equivocating about hunting but that would be the only argument that would move me in favor of it.

Robin - it's interesting that even though you may be in the middle of a large property, in a relatively isolated rural area, you still have to deal with neighbors in a constructive way. In fact, you may have to deal with *more* neighbors. I think that's the experiment here - the hunting club is certainly not resident neighbors, but can we deal with it in a manner that helps to control incursions?
Thursday: 22 October 2009 @ 12:40:10

 

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