Alright if yall want to get all technical and what not, alot of the areas that we find to be fun have a layer of clay that helps retain water, over top of that clay is the black mud. These areas are where alot of endangered reptiles and amphibians like to breed. Once a tire breaks through the clay layer , which is usually only a couple of inches deep, the sand is exposed which cause the are to dry up in times that it shouldn't this makes the area uninhabitable for the amphibians. This what the greenies use against us and it wasd pretty damn easy to show this back at 1/4 mile. Bottom line is that this is a cleanup thread and the past few posts incl;uding this one shoiuld just be deleted so that way world war 4 doesn't start up such as world war 3 started last year at about this time.
Im a jeeper, and love to rev up and get some good runs going through the mud holes, but mudboy, you are 100% correct. To the naked eye, whats the big deal, its a mud hole with some ruts, but if it is through the clay layer, it can cause issues which enviornmentalists get quite pissed about.
I will be there with a good group of peeps...some jeeps, some H's, and cant wait to get some good wheeling in Sat night (havent been out to wharton in a bit). Maybe ill meet some of you guys there, as Ive been on this forum for a while, but never did any runs.
because they would rather ***** and blame others than actually do something about it. its part of being an environmentalist
Just for your info a few of them were there yesterday participating. But either way I did show my face for about 5 mins yesterday at the ranger station. I never did register. I'll be damned if I'm waiting that long in line lol. Last week I already had planned where our group was going to hit and also had our group set. We ended up with 5 pickup ooads and a 8x10 trailer loaded. We were on the trails by 9:30. Good job by everyone as always. Unfortunately yesterday after we were done (while everyone was at the pic) I went for a trail ride with a few of my buddies and came across a pile of about 30 tires that got missed. I'll be contacting batsto to try to get Wharton officals to take care of it before the trash is collected this week at Atsion.