"Yesterday I was cutting through some National Forest hillside near XXXXXXXX and stumbled upon what looked like an old bike trail - it showed evidence of having been improved and worked on in years past, but was faint in spots and covered in more recent deadfall. I followed it East and lost it in the undergrowth after some switchbacks. Today I followed it West all the way to where it came out on XXXXXXX. I passed a wooden sign "Prizzin' dicken est '03" (which led me to your website - the only exact hit for the phrase). It looked similar to your "Reach around" sign and was secured with the same kind of phillips-head deck screw. Are you the guy? Father down the trail I spotted a splash of red through the trees and discovered a garden gnome perched on a boulder. Interesting Colorado mysteries! Can you tell me any more about this trail?"
I have redacted your statement appropriately. I also googled on the google and I could not get the innertubes to direct me to Mongolia. So, I do not know if you are on the side of light or the side of dark. That said, it seems you have some verve and curiousity. The Gnome you speak of is actually the 'Upper Frodo' gnome and his role is to accept offerings. Specifically, offerings of BEER. If you would like to pursue further woods knowledge, please deposit 4 cans of Renegade E3 with Frodo. Alert me when you have completed this task and then we can take it offline. Good on ya for being out there and being curious.