Close Enough For Government Work

I used to live across Oak Creek from this fish hatchery, and was very surprised to see this line :

Nestled among the cool pines of the Prescott National Forest

Page Springs Fish Hatchery

Page Springs located in the desert in the Verde Valley. There isn’t a pine tree within 15 miles.

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14 Responses to Close Enough For Government Work

  1. mkelly says:

    Maybe some of the other trees identify as pine.

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    There must be a Norwegian Blue somewhere in there.

  3. Gator says:

    Too many California transplants…

    California ranks No. 1 among the 50 states for the percentage of its residents 25 and older who have never completed ninth grade and 50th for the percentage who have graduated from high school, according to new data from the Census Bureau.

    https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/least-educated-state-california-no-1-percentage-residents-25-and

    Well, at least we now know why they always vote democrat.

  4. Gator says:

    Also, Page Springs is not in the Prescott National Forest, it is in the Coconino National Forest.

    Is a pulse all that is required to work for the government?

  5. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    Well, that may be your reality, but it isn’t mine.
    Anything I believe ought to be true, IS true!
    And that even applies to pine trees and naturist trials at Pogo Springs AZ!

  6. Colin Bain says:

    What would you exect? They are managers – Managing Today for Wildlife tomorrow. We all know that management never know whats going on!

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