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Old 07-10-2018, 03:52 PM   #133
Lucky13
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That was all private land back when Louie was walking it. According to Dunham, the landowners decided it was better to have Louie as an ally than an enemy, considering the remoteness of the area and the damage a few fires might cause. Now the land is public, sort of. And according to the ranger I met, the state leaves a boat on a lot of the remote ponds.
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