Forest service targets mud boggers on public land
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#1 May 16, 2009
An certain population will find slinging mud as just good harmless fun. I don't see anything wrong with that, as long as it's done where people don't care what happens to the land. Public land, ie the National Parks and Forests are not the place for this. You used to see this nonsense at Oregon Inlet before it was given over to a half dozen birds. If we want to stop it, lets put up a law that will allow the seizure of the vehicle on the spot. Let the offenders buy it back on the courthouse steps. That would end it pretty quick.
#2 May 16, 2009
I have been "treading lightly" off-road for decades along with dozens of other close friends and families.
Shutting down these beautiful trails is NOT the answer.
Catching and prosecuting the rare offenders IS the answer.
Several veterans I take out on the trails are disabled and the only way for them to enjoy nature is on these same trails.
#3 Mar 16, 2010
I been muddin since the day i was born and the best thing about chevy trucks is i can take em wherever i like, spit on the law, if its mud then its for muddin. Long live the confederacy.
#4 Dec 28, 2012
I like my Cat bulldozer. I enjoy just pushing down trees and things. I can make you many more trails for your little trucks. Just don't understand the government do you?
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