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However, as everybody knows, figures can be misleading. Is it possible that most of those bag nights are focused in a little band of campsites, thus overcrowding those sites as the recreation area claims? I don’t know and simply taking a look at those statistics certainly doesn’t answer that question. Secondly, the Park claims that there is overcrowding of backcountry campsites by non-permitted campers. If this holds true, those people aren’t being counted in the official figures cited above.

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What do they know about our mountains? Apparently, relating to Ditmanson, a large amount. Enough to entrust them with all reservations and “trip planning” whatever that entails. Southernforestwatch misrepresents the issue of stimulus-tax dollars also. Unfortunately, those tax dollars were earmarked towards specific projects. They were never designed to go into the general budget.

This is no problem Southernforestwatch should be taking on with Superintendent Ditmanson. If they have trouble with this stipulation they have to address it with the President and Congress. To me it seems quixotic. Southernforestwatch says that the Smokies “backcountry office is only manned a few hours per day” and it is “turning away volunteers in droves”.

If this is true, this is a large problem. If the issue of making a reservation, and getting-trip planning advice can be accomplished through willing volunteers, the Park then, at the very least, is guilty of mis-management. Why not implement an internet (only) booking system that could manage the majority of the current phone call load.

This would then release time for the existing staff at the Backcountry Information Center, already working three hours a day, to help with trip planning advice. I’ll highlight “online only”. You will want to minimize these fees by employing an online only system, in addition to the three hours of mobile phone service at the Backcountry Information Center. Why not give a system like this a test for a year or two to see if this solves the problem?

It depends upon the situation, and this is not just a reasonable question really. Error messages are not a tool really, and it is hard to put when to utilize them. They often are absent, so you won’t gain any help from them, however when you do have them, you might not be able to boot at all.