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Old September 2nd, 2013, 10:24 AM   #21
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Doubt it. An improved road to the site, and a smooth sandy/grassy pad when they're gone is hardly "much, much worse". Go find out what it's really all about, before spouting off about it.

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Although a few years back, I did run into a situation on the Bull Gap ORV trails where there were a lot of obvious "unofficial" trails made to allow some hill climbing. On top of one hill was a helmet and ATV on it's side.

Behind the ATV was a CO standing ready to ticket someone riding up to investigate. I grabbed my first aid kit and walked. He gave me attitude, checked my ORV sticker (up-to-date), my son's drivers license and ORV sticker (both kosher) and inspected our machines for "violations", and found none.

Proabaly the same douchebag who wrote over 100 tickets a few year back for folks using a shortcut to the Pink Store on Memorial Day. Yes, it's an unofficial 20 yard stretch of trail that is 10 yards from the unsigned official trail. A warning and explanation would've been better.

That's the type of behavior that has harmed the DNR's relationship with it's customers.
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Old September 2nd, 2013, 04:34 PM   #22
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Doubt it. An improved road to the site, and a smooth sandy/grassy pad when they're gone is hardly "much, much worse". Go find out what it's really all about, before spouting off about it.
Since it's all woods, a smooth sandy/grassy pad would be much, much worse douche.
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