Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek?

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 12:12:04 (permalink)
Hey if people want to move rocks around in the water. There are plenty of bank stabilzation project, log diversions ect that TU and different organisations do. And need help with. Or how about just pickin up trash along these streams. THATS AN IDEA!

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 12:22:18 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: PACOFRANSICO

Ok, ok I'll knock the SH*T outta of the 1's in tionesta creek. I'm drivin' up that way 2 am. fri morning. Anybody else willing to take care of the 1's on the clarion and blue jay. I will return the rocks to there natural state as part of the geological make up of the stream bed. So that the hippies tree huggers (I meen that in the best possible way) dont get offended.

 
 
So will a couple of high water events
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 12:28:31 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: KJH807

ORIGINAL: Big Casino

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your lack of reading comprehension reflects your intellegence

i said "those aren't just little 5 rock stacks"
as is 5 (1,2,3,4,5) rocks in a stack
rather those are elaborate eyesores
...


again there are more than 5 rocks in each stack
...


you're joking right?...read and understand



nice picture post... way to keep things in context
I'm sure when someone sees an idiot stacking rocks in a Northern PA creek, the first thing that comes to mind is Stonehenge, Easter Island, pyramids, and Aztec ruins

how couldn't they?
they are in the same class of religous/cultural significance, skill, and timeleeeness


Yeah basically I am joking, because a few rocks stacked in a creek is not worthy of gettin yer panties in a bunge.
but also, you should not make such brash comments about stuff, like it is the opinion of everyone, what you think RUINED the area for everyone, made it more interesting for another, and YES Inuksuks do have the same religious/cultural signifigance for some people.
Vikings built similar structures called cairns, what I think is most interesting about these particular stacking in Tionesta, is that it is kind of a mixture of the two.

but now you have made me wonder how many people, walked past the ancient people of England, who were building Stone Henge or the people creating those carvings on Easter Island, and thought these people are IDIOTS
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 13:39:06 (permalink)
 
 
i always thought these were done by bored fishermen who were drunk, didn't find the great wild fishing lake they were looking for because they hadn't a GPS. I figured they found a bunch of rocks some idiots died hauling and built it for somewhere to pee since there weren't any trees around.
 

 

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 14:12:53 (permalink)
dem are tax rocks too.
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 14:25:47 (permalink)
the remains of fort krox?

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 14:27:39 (permalink)
Big Casino

honestly... i can't imagine a series of posts/ramblings more out of context




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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 14:37:55 (permalink)
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Big Casino

honestly... i can't imagine a series of posts/ramblings more out of context



It isn't your fault, I'm sure it's hard to imagine anything with a closed mind.
but seriously how did any of the posts I make not refer to the ancient act of stacking rocks?
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 15:13:27 (permalink)
Everyone needs some form of "release". We yank fish out of their natural environment for recreation. Some folks stack rocks. Maybe they're trying to work out some personal issues. Stemming from the fact that they were never given blocks, or Leggos to play with as a child.

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 15:26:32 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Big Casino
It isn't your fault, I'm sure it's hard to imagine anything with a closed mind.
but seriously how did any of the posts I make not refer to the ancient act of stacking rocks?



closed mind? hardly

trying to associate people stacking rocks in the middle of Tionesta creek to the Mayan ruins, Stonehenge, Easter Island, and the pyramids.... is a line of thought that is delusional at best



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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 15:53:51 (permalink)
i have to agree with KJH in respect to wanting people to just leave their presence unknown in nature. i find it upsetting when i'm on top of a mountain in cameron county hunting bear and find a deflated mylar balloon on the end of a string and attached to that is a written note to the effect of someone got married in such and such a place on such a day!!
post edited by doubletaper - 2011/11/08 15:54:51

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 16:25:07 (permalink)
 I donoe/I liked makin' sand castles at the beach, skippin' stones at the River & brought a neat lookin' piece ov root wood home from fishin' for a display today

just me???
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 16:34:29 (permalink)
You're not alone crappie...
I once made a mountain out of a mole hill!

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 16:49:01 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Pork
...I once made a mountain out of a mole hill!

an then equated it to the Taj Mahal



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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/08 17:07:23 (permalink)
"I once made a mountain out of a mole hill! "

And the coal companies in appalachia are making mole hills out of mountains. I'm considerably more concerned over that, than a few rock piles that will be gone the 1st high water.

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/09 00:40:16 (permalink)
Wait a minute...lemme get this straight...You guys dont obsessivley stack rocks after a nice long day of fishing?! I thought thats how everyone blows off a little steam...****, my backyard puts stonehenge to shame...
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/09 00:56:55 (permalink)
I would love to see someone stacking rocks up like this. And wait til there almost done and go lay a shoulder into it like Lamar Woodley does to quaterbacks. Unless Like Big Casino hinted about vikings building them I might have to bring backup! But I dont remember the last Norsemen i saw around tionesta, well at least this time of yr.

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/09 17:35:29 (permalink)

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Spring better get here soon... before we kill each other...



and we dont even have snow on the ground, the way it looks its going to be a long winter on the boards lol

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/09 18:22:41 (permalink)
 looks like a more evolved version of what i used to call fishin when i was young lol.... i was the kid collecting rocks after 5 minutes of holding my rod saying this sucks
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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/09 18:46:45 (permalink)
At least you didn't have the last two words reversed.

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RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2011/11/18 10:59:04 (permalink)
leave it to KJH to ruin every post on this site

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Re: RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/07 18:40:55 (permalink)
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Re: RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/09 21:04:03 (permalink)
Clearly, these are result of 'Squatch activity. Be careful when knocking them over...

4 out of 3 people don't understand fractions.
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Re: RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/10 20:49:13 (permalink)
They are eveywhere in Canadia.
 

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Re: RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/18 15:00:59 (permalink)
There is a new thing on social media, to throw the rip rap rocks near boat launches.
 
It is called tax rocking.  
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Re: RE: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/20 10:37:23 (permalink)
I can safely conclude that kjh does not appreciate the value of likes on instagram after spending hard earned time stacking rocks and taking pictures.  How else are we supposed to get attention on social media while also telling everyone on social media how much we love nature?  
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Re: Inuksuks in Tionesta Creek? 2021/02/24 16:46:13 (permalink)
The fish commission has specifically made releases asking people to stop doing this in or near waterways. They believe it damages habitat.
Not by PGC, but it touches the points of hows it damaging to the native waterway.

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