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    • I'd concur.  I routinely wear Keens for general time around camp.  If I were backpacking - that would be different.  But, around a summer camp they work great.  Yes, they are more expensive - but in my opinion worth it.
    • There is a bridge on  a historic trail nearby.  It has steel frame and wood slat deck. The deck can be slick in rain, but it has a slight curve and dries quickly.  I think the type of wood , the chemical used in it's treatment, has a great deal with it's slickness when wet.  That's like saying the muddy trail should be marked "slippery when wet".  Duh.   That said, any surface can be slick when wet.  This was a sad occurrence.   The State authorities could have contacted the Scout, they knew who he was..... 
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    • I've started to see wooden steps in some of our State parks covered in galvanized mesh treads.
    • The state says that they weren't deteriorating but becoming dangerously slippery from rain or fallen leaves.  This is one of the issues with doing work for a government agency.  If it had slowly needed repair, then someone might have thought to get in touch with the scouts to get it fixed.  If someone thought it was a safety issue, then I imagine that order probably took less than 24hrs to issue. Someone said it was unsafe, a ranger went and determined it wasn't really necessary and a supervisor ordered it demolished.  It wouldn't surprise me if someone actually slipped and got hurt. In contrast, there are other eagle projects in various TN state parks around me that pose no safety hazard that have long since needed repair. 
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