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Discussion in 'Land Use Issues' started by Broke Jeep Joe, Jun 16, 2017.
Well Guy, I was careful to say “practical access “.
It looks like the wooden plank we walked across on the PBX hike at Bloody Bridge may not be there anymore so getting across the Nescochague is tougher also.
Make it a wilderness! Dispersed backpack camping for all!
There is no way across here. I recently tried.
I will take a ride back there with my dual sport bike and check out the road
A recent article in BusinessWeek describes a similar, but much worse, situation with access to Montana's Crazy Mountains.
Interesting article. Fortunately, for the most part we have a multitude of access points to get where we want to go making it less likely we will have to deal with the problems they do. We are lucky.
It's a mixed bag in Europe, with more freedom, but our country is pretty much on the side of landowners.
We took a ride down West Mill Road (Sycamore) on Sunday, but didn't get very far. A new gate has been installed here:
Yes, the state is working on that also I hear.
On Monday morning, start of deer week, there were 5 vehicles parked at the entrance at 206. Men, obviously hunters milling about. Surprise!
I hope the sound of shotguns being fired into the air (in anger) are heard in Trenton.