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trails soon to be closed

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by NoSmog73, Mar 25, 2002.

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    its what CA gets for being mostly democratic; they sit in their big cities, and don't have a clue about the real world outside of the city. man they don' t have a clue about the real world outside of thier comfort zone.
     
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    Well believe it or not lots of us who live in CA spend time fighting these closures. Pirates of the Rubicon organize trail clean ups, and other things to help keep trails open. There's also many groups like Blue Ribbon, Tread Lightly, Cal 4WD that help fight this stuff. But the tree huggers have the funds to fight.... so it makes it hard. Just think of it this way... for every victory they get in CA in closing a trail it's a black mark for your state as well.... just means the greenies in your state will use us an example to help get your trails closed because that's how they work. So fight hard and fight fast even if it's not by you because every trail closure is a loss for us all no matter where we live....
     
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    Well said steph. Besides isn't california the try it first state--meaning that if it works there (here) then It would work in other states too..
     
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    Let me get this straight the rubicon trail is listed. Is that "The Rubicon" or a rubicon. I can't imagine they would close such a well known trail.
     
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    Yep, "The Rubicon".
     
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    actually if you think CA is bad try living in NJ... most new laws that come out were implements in NJ first (makes CA look like a joke).

    believe me we spend plenty of time fighting tree huggers too; they got it in their head the cattle ruin the range lands. they are complete morons, and all they do is sit in their closed walls, and come out everyonce in awhile to chain themselves to a tree of some other stupid thing.

    these morons have no clue how a lot of this stuff truely affects the enviroment.
     
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    <blockquote><font class="small">In reply to:</font><hr>

    actually if you think CA is bad try living in NJ... most new laws that come out were implements in NJ first (makes CA look like a joke).

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    <font color=blue>He's not kidding. You cant go wheelin anywhere here, the place I go to is on an Indian reservation and the cops don't go up there. Theres some really nice trails up here with gates in front of them
     

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