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RBalicious remymetailler's article
May 19, 2023 at 7:22
May 19, 2023
Video: Steve Vanderhoek Back On Form After Injury
@stevev88: doodman! So stoked your back at it! Also, love the mint 1st gen Tacoma! What year is that? I have an ‘01 in same color, manual transmission.
RBalicious henryquinney's article
May 11, 2023 at 10:17
May 11, 2023
Review: Versus All Mountain Trail Tires - Direct to Consumer & Straight to the Point
@artistformlyknowasdan: so cryptic, help some brothers & sisters out by giving a site. This clue narrows it down in almost no way at all... other than it's NOT in the UK, ha!
RBalicious Nukeproofinternational's article
Mar 14, 2023 at 7:22
Mar 14, 2023
Video: Nukeproof Welcomes LandoSteezy
Nothing but love for Lando Steezy! Congrats b!
RBalicious shimano's article
Mar 13, 2023 at 9:01
Mar 13, 2023
Video: Creative Expression & Making Space for Everyone in 'LandoSteezy'
I know I am late to the game, but finally had a chance to watch this. Lando Steezy is the champion we need in this world, and an earned nickname. Keep rippin!
RBalicious mattbeer's article
Mar 9, 2023 at 13:46
Mar 9, 2023
Bike Check: Rae Morrison's Unreleased Liv Intrigue LT
@notthatfast: did you get they are the SRAM HS2 rotors...?
RBalicious SCOR's article
Mar 7, 2023 at 15:45
Mar 7, 2023
Video: Riding The Scor 4060... On A Ski Slope?
@Bomadics: marmots are endangered? They are like cows in central oregon, just fat lil b***tards laying out munching grass to their hearts (and stomachs) content.
RBalicious FreeRadicals's article
Feb 22, 2023 at 16:19
Feb 22, 2023
A Fire Season to Remember - The Free Radicals Help Rebuild Trail in Colorado
@ryanandrewrogers: see my other reply to your comment to b6graham, desertification is quite the stretch... yes many fires are burning very hot with fuel loading, but many of the fires I have worked on as part of a BAER team that looked nuked, are coming back. Geologic time that Mother Nature actually functions on seems like an eternity to us mortals...
RBalicious FreeRadicals's article
Feb 22, 2023 at 16:15
Feb 22, 2023
A Fire Season to Remember - The Free Radicals Help Rebuild Trail in Colorado
@ryanandrewrogers: for the most part you are on the right track with your understanding of some of the natural processes. However there are quite a few good examples of lodgepole forests that have come back after high intensity fires, some great examples are the Yellowstone fires of 1988. At just shy of 800,000 acres, it covered an area 4 time that of the Cameron Peak fire, and a lot if not most have a rejuvenated ecosystem. Check the link below for some more info. https://serc.carleton.edu/NZFires/megafires/Yellowstone.html Desertification is a stretch, as it geologic time seems like an eternity for mere mortals.
RBalicious FreeRadicals's article
Feb 21, 2023 at 13:18
Feb 21, 2023
A Fire Season to Remember - The Free Radicals Help Rebuild Trail in Colorado
@dreamlink87: the "longtime undisturbed forest" would also be a misnomer, as the large scale mountain pine beetle invasion IS a disturbance. It killed millions of acres of trees, just like a large scale blowdown event, fire, avalanche, etc... @FreeRadicals: touche, and I full agree with that, really easy to slip down that rabbit hole on what is a healthy forest these days, but this article is not about that. It's about a community coming together for a common good. I apologize about detracting from that, it is a GREAT article and makes me so happy to see people caring for my old stomping grounds. :) Just hoping, someday more people will learn that just because you see a dog hair thick forest does not equate to it being healthy. I really appreciate you taking the time to respond in a proactive and productive way, cheers all!
RBalicious FreeRadicals's article
Feb 21, 2023 at 12:39
Feb 21, 2023
A Fire Season to Remember - The Free Radicals Help Rebuild Trail in Colorado
@FreeRadicals: fair enough, and certainly can appreciate that. Again, great article and efforts through and through don't want to down play that at all. Grateful for the work and effort! From a forest perspective, it just gets old and seems like a missed opportunity reading: "what once was healthy forest", which could be either omitted or rephrased just a little to give some better context. People are never going to learn about forest health, if it's ALWAYS healthy just because it's thick with trees... which historically in the western forests, thick forests generally only became that way once we began snuffing out fires well over a century ago. Oh how I could go on about that...
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