A Historic Bunker is a Natural Feature? A New Low for Appeals
So I submitted an old WWII-era pillbox in Hawaii when I was there on vacation this year. It got rejected for Pedestrian Access and Location Inappropriate, which was clearly wrong since it was located at the end of a popular hiking trail. I appealed it, and got a decision last night. Apparently the bunker is "Connected to a mountain" and is a "natural feature." How does that make any sense???
Is anything connected to a natural feature automatically ineligible? Is a trail marker on a mountain ineligible? Do they think that this bunker just grew out of the ground naturally? Do they realize that "Natural Feature" isn't even a reason to reject a nomination anymore?? None of this makes any sense and I think this deserves some visibility.
DISCLAIMER: I'm not here to debate the eligibility of this nomination. If I wanted feedback then I would post in the appropriate channels. I simply want your opinions on whether this was a logical reason for rejection.