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  • DEC UMP reading club?

    So instead of a book club we could have a DEC UMP club. There is interesting stuff in these things.

    Now I don't know if the ADK forum would be interested less or more than this forum. Maybe I should ask them too? I figured I would just start here. I like the software for this forum better too...

    The idea is every two weeks lets say on a Sunday night we open up a new thread highlighting a new UMP to read then we start discussing it. Like you don't have to read it on that Sunday. Maybe by Wednesday or something....

    Here is the link to the UMP's

    So lets say we pick the Lake George Wild Forest:

    Open thread and drop in the links and there you go.

    1986 Lake George Wild Forest UMP (PDF)
    1993 Lake George Wild Forest Amendment (PDF)

    The answer to this idea can be... Go away Bunchberry we are not a weird as you are. What kind of social misfit sits around reading DEC UMP's? Please get a life!
    Leave No Trace!

  • #2
    Originally posted by Bunchberry View Post
    I figured I would just start here. I like the software for this forum better too...
    I agree.

    This might be interesting...

    If by chance some day you're not feeling well and you should remember some silly thing I've said or done and it brings back a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart, then my purpose as your clown has been fulfilled ~ Red Skelton


    • #3
      I find it interesting reading and that’s cool that there is a timber rattlesnake den there.


      • Bunchberry
        Bunchberry commented
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        Told ya!!! LOL!!!

    • #4
      I really can't commit to times but I like reading past UMPs. If you build it, they will come probably applies here. If there's anything this forum loves, its going through academic close reading exercises with content and turning it into way-too-long running jokes, or points of contention. Or both... carrying capacity and salamanders.
      My mind was wandering like the wild geese in the west.