i understand your point Taylor, but it takes both sides of the table to have equal balance. Imagine if you didnt have activists lobbying against that, and everything was open to whomever, whenever....imagine the impact. Please tell me one time that you've gone somewhere wheeling, hiking, camping or otherwise and didnt come across a bunch of trash and/or beer cans and bottles. having grown up in a very rural forested area, i find it sickening. We as four wheelers have a huge impact everywhere we go, no matter how proactive we try to be in cleaning up after ourselves. weather it be killing local vegitation, taking out small animals we dont see, insects, tarantulas (I've accidently killed a few), dumping engine and gear oil, broken glass etc. It happens. Again, it takes both sides. I'm not advocating closing those trails, but there needs to be a balance or you'll have a bunch of redneck a**hats doing whatever they want thrashing the planet.
And i will continue to drink their beer, their from my area and it's damn good. And that's not the only thing they (Sierra Club) do btw. They're aim is to have a small carbon footprint. again, please don't get me wrong, i love doing this stuff....but a lot of people aren't as respectful as we are, and it shows when we venture off out into the wild of northern and southern california.
Bluemoon is for yuppie liberal weenies Kevin. Albiet, very delicous on a hot summer day. the winch is looking good. hopefully we don't have to use that one too to get pull you up the hill :P
They speak of my drinking, but they never consider my thirst