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Is the Rubicon Trail being "De-Clawed"?

Road Work on the Rubicon Page1 | EditorialsBlog & Discussion at 4 Wheel Drive Magazine
http://blogs.4wdandsportutility.com/...n-the-rubicon/

The Blog writer uses the expression "De-clawing" to describe the issue. Very, very good way to describe it!.

The same concern has been raised by our membership for our trails.

I'd love to learn more about the logic behind the authorities modifying this section of the Rubicon Trail.

Anyone know the answer....or heard any skuttlebutt (rumours) as to why?

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