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    DEP plans new effort to regulate off-road vehicles in Pinelands

    It appears that they have learned some lessons from 2015. If they start with the 97 Topo map, that is not bad, but the question is where do they go from there? What will the process be to make changes? Who will be controlling how that map changes? All details that need to be worked out...
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    Monitors; Dual or Ultrawide?

    I have the exact same machine! :-) We all have similar tastes I guess.
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    Monitors; Dual or Ultrawide?

    Do you mean would a 32 be better than my old dual screen set up? If that is what you are asking, I say absolutely. I really enjoy having one continuous screen where I can configure multiple windows at all different sizes, depending on what I'm doing. One other piece of info I'll add: Since...
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    Monitors; Dual or Ultrawide?

    A little late to this party, but I wanted to put in my vote for a single widescreen monitor. I used to have dual monitors and in 2019 I went for an LG 34 inch curved monitor. I’ll never go back to dual monitors. I’m in IT so I spend all day staring at my screen, but even for the causual user...
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    Pine Barren History Shorts

    No worries... If it can't be posted than I guess I need to (eventually) invest in a copy of the original edition of the book :-)
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    Pine Barren History Shorts

    Guy, first off, a little belated, but I wanted to thank you for continuing on, people are certainly interested :-). Over the last several years, my family has parked at Hampton Furnace, walked down Rider's Switch and to the trestle, it has kind of become a family tradition. It got me thinking...
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    What Allan said is true, Al broke up with the PPA because they weren't being hard nosed enough regarding off road vehicles. The PPA confirmed as much in a FB post. As an update to other OTNJ things, I've received a call back from the DEP regarding volunteer efforts and am due to talk with them...
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    My opinion on the opinion piece is that it is inconsequential. If you look at the article itself on the BCT site, it has 0 comments, which is probably indicative of what the general population thinks of it. On every outdoor enthusiast forum I saw it posted on, it was trounced, and in typical...
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    I’m also not looking to escalate. I have no issue accepting criticism, as you said Joe, heavy is the head. Perhaps our oppions differ a bit but we ultimately are fighting for the same thing. My offer remains to all here, I’m willing to accept any feedback, help or criticism. Peace, Joe.
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    Joe, we've seem to have gotten off on the wrong foot here. I never said there were no issues. I never said it was over. I never said that we knew everything. I never said that that we weren't willing to allow room for others. (I think I said exactly the opposite of all those things in these...
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    This is a fair criticism/concern. See my response to Joe as part of the dilemma, but we could certainly post more frequently. I should add that we do a much better job keep our FB page updated than our web page: https://www.facebook.com/opentrailsnj/
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    Ok, I'll take another look, thanks for letting me know.
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    Not sure what happened, but it looks like it is back up now.
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    I'm not entirely sure what the implication is here, but I'll explain what I mean. 46er actually hit the nail on the head: the fire has to be stoked to keep it burning and to further his analogy, I'll add that the the fire also needs fuel to burn. What I mean is that to publically rally large...
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    This is exactly what Open Trails NJ exists for: http://www.opentrailsnj.org/our-mission/ "To create a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring and maintaining access to Wharton and other state parks in New Jersey." Granted, we have less visible externally, because there hasn't been any...
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