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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Silver84k5, Mar 17, 2005.
lower right corner.
80% yes and 20% no were the results when i voted.
When you vote it shows the results but when you link to the results its way different i wonder if it needs to update or somthing
86 to 14 off road up
86% yes 14% no
Between us and PBB they are not going to like the results.
Our local board has been helping out. If you want to really swing the vote go to tools/internet options/privacy and set your cookies to max restriction and then vote away. How do like them apples greenies!
It doesn't appear this thread has much direction, so I'm curious, which National Parks would the government even consider letting off-road vehicles use "off-road" areas?
I just can't see Yellowstone or Yosemite with people blazing trails and what not. Maybe Denali, but where else do vehicle trails exist (that aren't already roads) in National Parks?
Just seems like a waste of a poll, because I doubt it's something the government even considers.
National Forest, of course, that's a given. But National Parks? Heck, you can't even take a gun into one of those.
i dunno, i havent really given it much thought, just saw it on pirate and posted a link... Guess you got a point.
The Nation Forest here in The Black Hills has alot of trails that eco-nazi's like the Seirra Club have gotten closed down. Kinda funny though, I go in on open trails, and they branch off on others trails, and many times I can't get out because the exit is chained off. So that means more wheeling, hehehe.
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