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This is also kindof a shout out to anyone in the California Central Valley that frequents or lives in the Badger/Hartland area of the Sierras, who may have first hand knowledge of this. Now this may be the tinfoil on my head being a little to tight, but I ran into something interesting that, I'm pretty sure wasn't their before. In Cali, we have little to no snow right now in the mountains. I figured what the heck, gonna have some fun anyway. So I went to an area a lot of us frequent to hike, shoot, etc. I get up there and for one they have fenced off huge areas of access to the inner area we usually go to. "Sequoia National Monument" BS written every where. Gates in place to block access to areas we normally have had all year access to, even in the snow. That's the first thing that ****ed me off. So I see a road not blocked and I start to follow it. It stops at a gate that says "No Access, High Frequency Energy Area". No I don't have pictures, but I'm thinking of going back up for the day next week and exploring it a bit more. No government tags anywhere. Then someone on an olive drab dirt bike, with hard boxes on the sides, rides through and is eyeballing me the whole time. Didn't notice any weapons on him, just kinda weird. It just didn't set right with me. I have not been in that area for more than a year or so due to school and work, but I do know there weren't all the fences and signs, and we could travel way back in there and hunt, shoot, and hike all over. I'd appreciate any knowledge anyone who frequents that area, lives in the Badger/Hartland area, or anyone who has any knowledge of these kinds of areas has. The HAARP thing came to mind, but I think the area is too small for something like that considering what I've heard of the one in Alaska. Please reply.