Yes its another thread on the subject, the other one kind of deviated into a discussion on the state of the current goverment - BAD!!
Check this out and AT LEAST send some of the canned comments. Better yet, put your personal views in there. I read through the BRC's comments and built my own from that. Remember that 1000 form letters only count as one letter, no matter how many they get. Every personalized letter is worth 100 Eco Goup canned responses.
Reading through these comments, we are really in for it. Its specifically written in obscurities and broad terms which will leave the actual interpretation to the Forest Service and the lawyers. Even if it goes to court, the eco's have more money than us, so we already lose. Send those comments and put some effort forth now or you may have to shell a lot of money later to keep your trails
A short list of trails on our National Forest - want to keep them?
All of Sycamore
All of Sedona
It's like an LJ... only bigger.
Sent as well. Thanks
SOLD THIS JEEP WAITING ON MY NEXT ONE. '10 JK Sahara 2 door
37s, 3.5" Rock Krawler Long Arm, 5.13's, locked, winch, OR-Fab Sport Cage
Letter sent hope that we can make a difference.
R.I.P. John? 07 jk
Sent, thanks Brian.
"I feel like everyone on here is drug addict and bunch of weirdo that makes my brain give me headache!"
Added to my letter
Though some abuse the privilege, it is my observation that as many cherish the beauty of the wild and strive to clean that left by others. In the years since the Four Peaks Wilderness was established, I have actually seen more trash left since vehicles are not able to travel (and remove trash?) on the already established roads. It is my opinion that the roads need to remain open so that they are accessible to ALL Americans. Conservation is not locking a masterpiece away in a closet for a select few to enjoy.
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