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 Post subject: Could it be so?
PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2005 5:18 pm 
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The forum working smoothly?

WSR, we need you to do a test post! :)


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How 'bout a reply...
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Mendocino National Forest
California


Considering it's a mere three-hour drive from both San Francisco and Sacramento, Mendocino National Forest is surprisingly little known. Likely accounting for this is its title as the only one of California's 18 national forests that is not traversed by a single paved road or highway. Solitude abounds here, and you won't need to hike 15 miles into the backcountry to find it.
Covering 1 million acres at an average elevation of 4,000 feet, Mendocino stretches from the Yolla Bolly Mountains in the north to Clear Lake in the south. Boaters will find no shortage of suitable and scenic waterways. Anglers will be pleased with the excellent fishing opportunities at any of the area's giant lakes and smaller tributaries.
Backpackers, meanwhile, have two wilderness areas to choose from, Snow Mountain and Yolla Bolly Middle Eel, both of which consistently leave visitors speechless with their stunning views and lush stands of California conifer. Of course, the 100 miles of trails and near-total lack of cars is a big attraction for mountain bikers, who can plan anything from leisurely day rides to challenging multi-day trips.
A beautiful wintertime visit is a must, too. Mendocino's surprisingly chilly climate and proximity to the ocean ensure a good snowfall almost every year. Cross-country skiers should head up Forest Highway 7 toward the snowline to find the best trails.


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Let me see here...hope it works...

IT'S ALIVE! IT'S ALIVE :D Purring like a kitten for me...Thanks guys.

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I think it's working for me too...


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thanks for the cool info on mendo jibby.

gotta get the family there someday to explore. 8)


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Definitely working. Much better. Way to go guys!!!! 8)


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I've explored Mendo Nat. Forest a bit fishing, camping, & mtbing and it rocks. You gotta watch out for the backwoods hick factor but that goes for most cool mtn. areas.


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The Snow Mountain Wilderness is a great place for backpacking. Lightly traveled and remote, good place to really get away from everything if you're looking for someplace new.


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Yes, it could be so. And I thought it might be my ISP, browser settings.... Now we can back to the real business at hand... Snowboarding!!!!!

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