Some people I know (the young, irresponsible type) were up past my place just off the county road and tore up a field. It's wet and mucky everywhere this time of year. I wasn't around, so another two friends of mine got called on to pull out the other stuck rigs. Some were not too happy about how the field was tore up. They also saw "Mountain Explorers 4x4" written on the two vehicles that were there to pull out the stuck rigs. So, this gets me linked into this now. Never would I have driven into that field. For one, it's state land and right off the road, completely visible for all to see, leaving an eye sore for most. I talked with the people who live up the road, and they know me, and know that I wouldn't do anything like that. But still, I'm paranoid about getting a bad reputation. Today, I was asked to help someone else get pulled out. Sure enough, the same field again. I told him, I didn't want to be involved in any damage to that field, but I went and pulled him out anyway. I think it might be wise to contact the forest rangers in the area, and tell them about who the club is and what we are about. I also want to make it clear that we arent responsible for what other individuals may do. There are certain reasons I wont write the club name on certain peoples rigs. I admit, marshy/muddy areas look tempting this time of year, but I always stay on my own land if I'm going to go spinn around or get stuck. If we go up the trails, we stay on the road or only where other vehicles have been, and never intentionally destroy any untouched wildlife or wetland areas.