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    Knows a Thing or Two Journeyman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    All of these activists need to be air dropped to the most remote location in our country with no man-made resources, no other people, no roads, and they can have their perfect Utopian environmental orgy all to themselves. The rest of us can enjoy OUR God-given environments around us without the infringement of political tools making us feel guilty for enjoying it the way we want to.
    They would all die without all the modern conveniences.
    I deal with this type of mentality on a daily bases. Daily I have to deal with people that are extremely rude and upset that we're working and maintaining the power line grid. Inconveniencing their day. But yet they adore the clean reliable power that gets supplied to their home/business.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
    They would all die without all the modern conveniences.
    I deal with this type of mentality on a daily bases. Daily I have to deal with people that are extremely rude and upset that we're working and maintaining the power line grid. Inconveniencing their day. But yet they adore the clean reliable power that gets supplied to their home/business.


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    Prius Fucks.

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    Every EJS we get a great photo shoot or video......many thanks for all of us that are far away and that dream of coming to MOAB during EJS.
    Just a 2.8 four banger diesel Jk Sahara with aev 2.5 dualsport xt lift and premium bumper and Cooper ST MAxx tires in 33"......

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Not like I'm against the BLM or anything, I just don't want them to treat me like I'm some kind of criminal on tax funded "public" land

    I totally agree with you...public lands are for public use...and organizations that exist solely through our tax dollars should be more cognizant that they are working for us...


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    A lot of the locals are on edge over the Bears ears National Monument designation because the activist now feel they have momentum and are trying to get all the trails in Moab shut down to jeeps and the likes.
    I've never seen the trail leaders on such edge as to make sure everyone stayed on the designated trails and followed all the rules , which Jeepers have been doing and taking good care of the trails for years.

    From what I understand some outfit and I'm not sure if it's the BLM or something with the Department of interior has actually been measuring the width of the trails to determine if Jeeps are making them wider.

    last couple of years some environmental group was forcing them to run water trucks to control the dust and then actually had dust collectors on some of the trails so they can measure how much dust was being created.

    so tired of all the sky is falling mentality.
    I've been going to Moab for at least 40 years and it's always been that dusty, it's a friggin desert!
    Environmental activist just want to have everything everything shut down.
    I think if it was truly up to them everyone will be looking at pictures of the outdoors and not actually enjoying it.
    The BLM has been measuring the trails pre and post EJS for years now. If the trail gets too much wider they close it down for a year. Hasn't happened in a few years but within last 5 it has happened. Sad part is you can look at tracks that shoot out off the designated trail and 99% of the time they are dirt bike/sxs tracks which you can easily tell by tire width. Most folks don't do it.

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    LOVE the pics!! Jealous Jeep here!!

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    Saw this at Spanish Arena parking lot during the vendor show


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    At the trail head...I think Poison Spider


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