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May 28, 2009

Here's Your Sign, Funny Pic Of The Day

We took this picture near Caineville last week. Look close at what is prohibited. :)
"OK, let's see. No jeeps, No four wheelers, No dirt bikes..and what else??? Uhhh...Oh yea, No jeeps, No four wheelers, and No dirt bikes."




15 comments:

  1. i wonder if they also prohibit jeeps dirt bikes and motorcycles...does it say/??????????????????

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  2. Haha, yea it's kind of unclear eh.

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  3. Hi Tony! Interesting blog!

    Thanks for following Blogtrotter. Would love to read your comments there!!

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  4. They probably wanted to repeat it again just to make sure.

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  5. Why say it twice? I guess they think we are all pretty dense. Oh well, the sign fence etc. cost them much more than any damage that could possibly be done.

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  6. I agree...I wonder how many trees they cut down, how many big trucks drove up there, how many tax dollars were spent etc...to make that fence? Now, there it sits this huge pos fence to block a once small trail used by the public on PUBLIC land leading to the butte. Brayden asked, "why couldn't they just make a really small fence around the cactus?"... He's smarter than the enviro-wacko's I guess:)

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  7. ..it's hard to see here, but the wooden part of the fence stretches for MILES!

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  8. Tony; yeah we're seeing alot more of this every year. Public land thats beening closed off to access. Whats the real reason behind it all? I mean way are they closing the access if it's public land? If their not going to let folks use the property then they should sell it to folks that will. What are they just going to watch it waste away and keep folks from enjoying the outdoors? Just another demonsrtation of people in high places using their authority to keep common folks from their pleasures and relaxzations and their'll blame it on the economy or something like that.

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  9. I totally agree. People in high places with money. If this cactus near Caineville that they are "protecting" is so important then maybe people might like to enjoy it while it's still around..now it may as well be extinct as well as the acres and acres of land that they shut down. When does the open land become endangered to these people? Or people' freedom to use it? It's the open land available for public use that is endangered..they don't care, they just have their "cause" to shut down all the land with blinders on.

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  10. Tony; you need to come join us at the Outdoor Bloggers Summit (http://OutdoorBloggersSummit.blogspot.com ) and join in the fun there. You've got a great site here I'm sure others would like to visit.

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  11. Thanks, I'll check it out:)

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  12. Wow, that outdoor bloggers summit looks like a great idea! It looks like a great way to get together and get our voice heard. Thanks very much for telling me about it!

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  13. LOL!! Kind of sad to have that many restrictions, though.

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  14. Yea, for sure..especially in a place like this:(

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  15. Hey that is so funny how did you come up with that one?

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