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Deer Hunting Tips

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Natural Solutions Magazine is a Scam

My contact with Natural Solutions Mag after not receiving any issues. It seems that Natural Solutions is a SCAM!! My review for this magazine is 0 out of 5! I will try contacting them again and post the results.

From: naturalsolutionsmag@subforms.com Natural Solutions
To: j______@gmail.com
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 13:08:10 -0700
Subject: Re: Have not received magazine yet.

It often takes a few weeks for new address to take effect, so that may be
why you're still missing issues. I'll re-send May and June to the new
address, and all of your issues should go directly there from now on. I
apologize for the delay.

Natural Solutions
Customer Service
PO Box 11677
St. Paul, MN 55111


From: "Justin Poehnelt"
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2011 12:51 PM
To: naturalsolutionsmag@subforms.com
Subject: Re: Have not received magazine yet.

I have still not received an issue of your magazine.

Shipping address should be:

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 10:08 AM, Natural Solutions

Hi Justin,

It looks like you missed your first issue (April) due to the address
change. We have extended your subscription by one issue to make up for it.
The May issue is in the mail right now, to your updated address, and should
be arriving in the next few days. June and July/August will follow, with
about 3-4 weeks between each issue. (We're currently running behind, but
are working hard to get caught up by this fall.)

I also noticed that the subscription is addressed to A____ A____[My Fiance], with you
listed only as the bill-to party. If this is incorrect, please let us know
so we can change it accordingly.

Thank you!

Natural Solutions
Customer Service
PO Box 11677
St. Paul, MN 55111


From: "Justin Poehnelt"
Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2011 1:05 PM
To: naturalsolutionsmag@subforms.com
Subject: Have not received magazine yet.

I ordered Natural Solutions in March and have not received an issue yet. My
address changed in May and I filled out the change of address form on your
website. My order # is 55-----------.

Justin Poehnelt
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

And when did I order it??

From: naturalsolutions@subforms.com Natural Solutions
To: j--------@gmail.com
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2011 11:35:12 -0700
Subject: Thank You for Natural Solutions order

Best Sedona Swimming Holes

In no particular order...

West Fork
Midgley Bridge
Grasshopper Point
Slide Rock State Park
Red Rock Crossing

Sedona Backpacking

Much of the Coconino National Forest is off limits to camping around Sedona, however there are a few places I would suggest if you were up for a good hike and wanted some beautiful scenery and maybe some water to get away from the heat.

1. Munds Mountain - Access from Schnebly Hill Road. Schnebly Hill Trail to Munds Mountain Trail. (Solitude) (No Water) (Sunrise and Sunset)

2. West Fork Trail - Access from 89A or from top of canyon(need forest map). Need to be over six miles up from Oak Creek. Bring a dry bag and water shoes. (Busy) (Water) (Canyon)

3. West Clear Creek - Access from 'Bullpen' off of Forest Road 618 southwest of Sedona about 20 miles. Other drop in points for those with good navigation and sleuthing skills on the internet. (Solitude) (Water) (Canyon)

4. Secret Canyon Trail - Access from Vultee Arch road. Long canyon into the red rock of Sedona. (Solitude) (Canyon)

Best Sedona Viewpoint

One of my favorite viewpoints in Sedona is on Bear Mountain. It's absolutely gorgeous!

Grizzly Bear and Wolf ESA Protection

I think it is ridiculous that congress, our administration, and western states are trying to bypass the Endangered Species Act and have wolves and grizzlies delisted. These are key species that regulate ecosystems and are essential to the health of our environment. We need these animals and they need continued protection. Reuters

Wolves - Wyoming still wants a management plan allowing its citizens to shoot wolves on sight outside of the Yellowstone area. This is not beneficial for dispersal to historic range in Colorado or Utah and is a significant threat to current populations.

Grizzlies - There are only 600 bears and they are highly isolated. Why are there no grizzlies in central Idaho?

Just look at these maps...