Whats Wrong with People?
Indian Trail

Cromwell, CT

#1 Aug 26, 2009
We rented a home at least a week every summer near Indian Trail. We always met great people and my kids have great memories of the beach. My daughter is on the deanís list at college now and my son, only 19, is employed by a Fortune 500 company. He unfortunately recently suffered a heart attack. He is on the road to recovery and soon will be returning to work. He mentioned that he would love to go back to that beach for a day or two, becaue all the beaches here in Connecticut just donít compare. He has such great memories of the low tides and scavenger hunting on the beach. The house we always rented has been sold, and at 19 he could not rent a hotel room, so I suggested they do like we used to occasionally and camp on the beach. He and his girlfriend and another couple thought that was a great idea. They parked on Homestead and carried everything down the big hill. They had such a great time. There is no one on the beach there ever, so they knew they would not disturb anyone. 10:30 p.m., here come the police trecking down the trail. Apparently someone complained. I find this hard to believe. The houses on the cliff had to be at least 300 feet away. There is no way they could have disturbed anyone. The police tell them they have 2 hours to get out. So now here I am back in Connecticut worried to death about him hauling stuff up and down the hill in the middle of the night. Not only that, now he has to drive almost 3 hours home. What if he had another attack? What if they would have gotten into an accident? All because some dick couldnít mind his own business. I will make sure I can get as many people as I can now to go to that beach. You can kiss your secret haven goodbye. Donít think you can just leave your kayaks down by the water and no one will disturb them. I will post everywhere I can for people to go to this deserted beach. They can just set their GPS to the intersection of Homestead and Indian Trail. You will notice a little path that goes down to the beach. Then you miserable complainer can sit and call the police all day long and tell them someone is disturbing you. I hope you are happy. Next time something bad happens to you, you can bet it is payback. Did you ever hear what comes around goes around? These kids werenít bothering anyone - just trying to enjoy nature. Thanks.
A highlander

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Dec 5, 2009
Indian Trail wrote:
We rented a home at least a week every summer near Indian Trail. We always met great people and my kids have great memories of the beach. My daughter is on the deanís list at college now and my son, only 19, is employed by a Fortune 500 company. He unfortunately recently suffered a heart attack. He is on the road to recovery and soon will be returning to work. He mentioned that he would love to go back to that beach for a day or two, becaue all the beaches here in Connecticut just donít compare. He has such great memories of the low tides and scavenger hunting on the beach. The house we always rented has been sold, and at 19 he could not rent a hotel room, so I suggested they do like we used to occasionally and camp on the beach. He and his girlfriend and another couple thought that was a great idea. They parked on Homestead and carried everything down the big hill. They had such a great time. There is no one on the beach there ever, so they knew they would not disturb anyone. 10:30 p.m., here come the police trecking down the trail. Apparently someone complained. I find this hard to believe. The houses on the cliff had to be at least 300 feet away. There is no way they could have disturbed anyone. The police tell them they have 2 hours to get out. So now here I am back in Connecticut worried to death about him hauling stuff up and down the hill in the middle of the night. Not only that, now he has to drive almost 3 hours home. What if he had another attack? What if they would have gotten into an accident? All because some dick couldnít mind his own business. I will make sure I can get as many people as I can now to go to that beach. You can kiss your secret haven goodbye. Donít think you can just leave your kayaks down by the water and no one will disturb them. I will post everywhere I can for people to go to this deserted beach. They can just set their GPS to the intersection of Homestead and Indian Trail. You will notice a little path that goes down to the beach. Then you miserable complainer can sit and call the police all day long and tell them someone is disturbing you. I hope you are happy. Next time something bad happens to you, you can bet it is payback. Did you ever hear what comes around goes around? These kids werenít bothering anyone - just trying to enjoy nature. Thanks.
You neeed to chill the fuck out you complaining piece shit. It is posted before you even enter the beach that it closes at 10 P.M. and what time did you say the call went in?? O ya so while in Ct your son is breaking the law which clearly states that people are to be off the beaach by 10. Also maybe they weren't being destructive down on the beach but do you know how many people are?? We raise thousands to keep that "little trail" maintained, and people like you that say how your going to destroy the kayaks are the reason why we have these laws in place. Usally the teens on the beach have fires too which again are against the law no just in sagamore beach but in the whole town and most of the surrounding areas, becasue do you know how devistating it would be for the a fire to spread up the sea grass to the woods? Think about it i live there and my neighbors call the police on me and i own a kayak and have a house on the hill they are just trying to keep some order so no one or anything gets hurt! There is scusset beach right down the street where you can rent a camping spot and the walk down the beach takes minutes, jsut look for some alternatives next time.
whats wrong with people

Windsor Locks, CT

#3 Dec 7, 2009
i apologize for venting like i did. it was quite a trauma dealing with my child having a heart attack. we inquired, but there were no available campsites. you totally misunderstood what i said about your kayaks - i said if you have a lot of people coming down there, you would not be able to leave them like you can now. we always left our chairs and beach things down there all week. i can tell you take great care in maintaining the area. again, we have been coming there (and contributing to your economy) for many many years. all i was trying to get across was, why couldn't the guy just have yelled down I'M GOING TO CALL THE POLICE IF YOU GUYS DON'T LEAVE. I'm sure they would have just left.

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