Guadalupe Mountains get special geolo...

Guadalupe Mountains get special geological designation

There are 2 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Nov 26, 2013, titled Guadalupe Mountains get special geological designation. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

CARLSBAD >> Guadalupe Mountains National Park has long attracted hikers for its rugged terrain, sightseers for its panoramic views, and geologists for its unique surface features.

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Wanderer

Artesia, NM

#1 Nov 26, 2013
How typical, they recognize how wonderful their Park is and now want to keep everyone else from experiencing it. Hey A-holes thanks for not letting me walk to the designated special geology sites.

I find myself having a hard time feeling sorry for the NPS when they make a big squawk about their budget cuts and then turn around and do this.

Kind of like how your not allowed to wander off the trail past the cabin (especially to the north). After all you wouldn't want the tax paying public to see the summer interns swimming in the pool. Jerks.

Maybe next time you can all do us a favor and not send out any press releases about another great aspect to your "not so public" Park. That way we won't know what we're missing.
THE GREEN WATCH DOG

Oklahoma City, OK

#2 Nov 28, 2013
Wanderer wrote:
How typical, they recognize how wonderful their Park is and now want to keep everyone else from experiencing it. Hey A-holes thanks for not letting me walk to the designated special geology sites.
I find myself having a hard time feeling sorry for the NPS when they make a big squawk about their budget cuts and then turn around and do this.
Kind of like how your not allowed to wander off the trail past the cabin (especially to the north). After all you wouldn't want the tax paying public to see the summer interns swimming in the pool. Jerks.
Maybe next time you can all do us a favor and not send out any press releases about another great aspect to your "not so public" Park. That way we won't know what we're missing.
With a history of graffiti and trashing out these sites, I would place special locks for good.It sickens me to drive in the SW desert states only to see miles and miles of trash and filth.

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