From:
"Paul Morton" <pjmorton@snowcrest.net>
Sent: 1/16/2001 3:52:31 PM
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Re: [gpsstash] Re: Canyon Troubles


Helllo, Matt.

No, that was not me on the NPW. I've been goatpacking about 4 years now,
and there are quite a few up in Oregon, Washingtion, and Idaho. The goats
are easy to care for and clean. I have wethers (castrated). Paul
----- Original Message -----
From: Matt O'Brien
To:
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 1:10 PM
Subject: [gpsstash] Re: Canyon Troubles


> Sounds like you had a great time. Maybe you should enter this in the
> Canyon Troubles cache log at geocaching.com. I'm sure others would
> enjoy reading it as well.
>
> Matt
>
> btw, I saw something on one of the local PNW Outdoor TV shows about
> pack goats (was it you?). I'm surprised more people/groups don't use
> them as they abviously handle terrain with ease and don't appear to
> be any more difficult to care for than a dog.
>
>
> --- In gpsstash@egroups.com, "Judy Morton" wrote:
> > So, Monday the 15th, I struck out for the cache near the Oregon
> > border and the Klamath River. I started at the historical homestead
> > site on the main dirt road. Hiking basically due south w/my
> > companions, Ranger and Scout the packgoats, and my dog we climbed
> up
> > to 4250 ft. from a starting elevation of 3300ft. We x-countried the
> 4
> > miles in while picking up old logging roads when possible.
>
>
>
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