Recent content by WaretownMike

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    ATV riders taunted cops who busted huge, rowdy Pinelands party. That didn’t end well for them.

    Firecuts, singletrack trail, or existing trails through the woods. Not 25’ wide dirt roads.
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    ATV riders taunted cops who busted huge, rowdy Pinelands party. That didn’t end well for them.

    Established public Roads do not include trails or fire cuts. I’m part of an enduro club and the entire organization has been working to get any state, county, or township land to ride on. There is not a single yard or allowed trail to legally ride on, other than a one-day enduro event.
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    The PPA has worked tirelessly to make sure to control several access points to the Pine Barrens while simultaneously blocking others access. PPA is more than happy to accept Payment for access and to sell guided tours
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    ATV riders taunted cops who busted huge, rowdy Pinelands party. That didn’t end well for them.

    I wish this were the case. All trails are off limits in NJ except for named dirt roads, private land, and for one single day during an enduro event (with proper approved permits on a very limited course)
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    ATV riders taunted cops who busted huge, rowdy Pinelands party. That didn’t end well for them.

    ALL motorcycles are illegal in the woods. As the owner of legal motorcycles who rides them in the woods, I register, plate, and insure my motorcycles yet still have no legal public place to ride them other than public roads.
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    Guest Opinion: Devise a user-friendly vision for the Pinelands (Albert Horner)

    Al will not be satisfied until only his interests are served, and those he dislikes are banned and locked out of the forest. What he wants is to turn the Pine Barrens into a state park- via maintained and marked trails, porta potties everywhere, all users banned except for pedestrians.
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    I finally got MOBAC installed, and created some very small local maps to test within Gaia. They installed into Gaia, as per the directions, but the files did not display any map data for the area I created. I'll have to play around with it some more and record the steps.
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    What are these Tools

    possibly a meth lab
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    Mobile Atlas Creator kept locking up on my MacBook Pro
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    I tried a few methods- uploading the file directly into my phone, Mobile Atlas Creator, and MapBox which is recommended by GAIA help. Mobile Atlas Creator kept locking up for me on a MacBook Pro. I’ll give MAC another try at some point.
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    After several hours, I was able to import 2 of Boyd’s maps into Gaia. The process was very involved, and neither map displays anything. Due to large file sizes it takes a while to test.
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    File seems too large to import through their website: 413 Request Entity Too Large nginx/1.14.0 (Ubuntu)
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    I am uploading one of the maps that has a mbtiles format so I can test it on Gaia. The process seems fairly simple- just upload the mbtiles file through their website, and it will be delivered to your phone. I found 2 of your files that were in this mbtiles format, of the files I downloaded...
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    Boyd’s maps in Gaia GPS?

    I was just looking into how to import other maps into Gaia. They only have 2 historic maps available and no Lidar. Boyd, Id be willing to pay a yearly fee to access more maps such as Lidar, historic aerials, and your HD maps. Here’s what Gaia says about format: Use this form to import an...
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    Old Tuckerton Dump

    This is still used as an active dump and recycling area. If there is any older trash here, it’s buried under many feet of newer soil, concrete, wood and other detritus. It was worth taking a look and we walked all of the areas on the map. Thank you for sharing more info