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PureStreet
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:18 pm    Post subject: Hope no one was enjoying trails in Bulldog Canyon Reply with quote



yippee Rolling Eyes

The land grabs are starting to make me think I should just get into street racing. Eitherway, we're all criminals.

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Jimbolio
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:54 pm    Post subject: Re: Hope no one was enjoying trails in Bulldog Canyon Reply with quote

Nice "Oblideration".
I wonder if they will go the 'Fuel Air Bomb' route or just take the nuclear option.

USFS wrote:
We need to reduce habitat fragmentation to support the Sonoran desert tortoise among other species

Wasn't that what got Table Mesa area messed up?

I guess here's my answer
USFS wrote:

Tools will be used to obscure evidence that the route existed, and to restore natural drainage paths
and block access to these routes, by:
 Lopping and scattering slash;
 Moving and/or placing boulders;
 Placing native vegetation;
 Constructing water-bars;
 Constructing pipe rails and T-post structures; or
 Out sloping and filling ruts.

And Furthermore:
USFS wrote:

Implementation Date
This project is not subject to appeal. I anticipate implementing this project on November 1, 2015, in accordance with the above mentioned Conservation Measures and Best Management Practices.

SO Fuckoff.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 5:00 pm    Post subject: Re: Hope no one was enjoying trails in Bulldog Canyon Reply with quote

Meh, last two times i re-upped my permit i never bothered to use it. That place was okay once but i cant say I've ever desired a return trip.

Sure loved the simple permit process though.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2015 12:32 pm    Post subject: Re: Hope no one was enjoying trails in Bulldog Canyon Reply with quote

My understanding is that the trail that people drive is the one being preserved. Before the days of permitting, small quad sized trails and single track crisscrossed everywhere and there was a lot of trash. They're obliterating some of that stuff and a set of side trips up the hill. They may also be intending to close out the leg of the trail that used to go to blue point. People still end up there despite clear marking that it's closed.

I don't object, personally. Nothing I've heard about sounds like access limitation. I have to say that when they implemented the gate, the place quickly improved.

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if I where you I would just get some jb weld
Is jb weld really as strong as if I just welded them on with my welder?

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Could be stronger it all depends on how you weld
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2015 9:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Hope no one was enjoying trails in Bulldog Canyon Reply with quote

BellyDoc wrote:
My understanding is that the trail that people drive is the one being preserved. Before the days of permitting, small quad sized trails and single track crisscrossed everywhere and there was a lot of trash. They're obliterating some of that stuff and a set of side trips up the hill. They may also be intending to close out the leg of the trail that used to go to blue point. People still end up there despite clear marking that it's closed.

I don't object, personally. Nothing I've heard about sounds like access limitation. I have to say that when they implemented the gate, the place quickly improved.

Ditto.....
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