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Letter — Climbing Cave Rock has historic value

I was just reading over the forest service plan for Cave Rock and the letter that Maribeth Gustafson sent with it saying if she had to make a decision today it would be to close Cave Rock to climbing right away.

This plan although does not target any other activity that takes place around there, that is kind of weird? The plan keeps rambling on about the historic significance and that everything that has happened to and around the cave up to 1967 is all right and will still be allowed (was there power boats with bumpin systems around then? I don’t know I wasn’t born till ’75.)

To me climbing does have historic value consider all the peaks and mountains being climbed around the world, but this is just the views of a CAVE CLIMBER.

Mike Reeves


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