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post #31 of 34 Old 03-14-2012, 08:30 PM
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post #32 of 34 Old 04-05-2012, 12:25 AM
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Wow, a great thread to read up on. I had my TJ back from 2006-2009 and loved going to Reiter. During the winter (when there was no snow) it was one of the only places to wheel. I just got my "new" YJ in October and I'm extremely disappointed to see they closed it down. So when does Naches officially open on the west side? I'm wanting that to be the first trail my YJ sees but want to make sure I have it ready in time.

As for people and how they use the trails, I agree with a lot of points. People need to quit being idiots. But I also hate that the government punishes the majority for the idiots in the minority. I had no idea WOHVA existed until this post. I'll pay for a membership shortly, as I enjoy supporting groups that have the connections I don't. (Similar to the Poker Players Alliance)

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I live in Cle Elum, relatively close to liberty and naches and I say that waiting a little longer is fine. If you really have a problem you can get ahold of the forest service and join a volunteer group to help clean/ maintain the trails. I know the Cle Elum ranger district does early trail runs for stuff like that.
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The problem is that too many ORV/OHV users have a defeatist mentality when it comes to defending their rights to trails/access. Many people are probably not members of the BRC, Tread Lightly, local organizations, etc... Many people don't participate in trail cleanups, go to usage meetings or send e-mails on issues (even when it's not in our area). I don't do as much as I'd like but I do try to comment on any issues I read about, and I do have a BRC membership.

Mostly what I hear though is people on the forums whining about the gubment and not doing much else.
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