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Unread 01-25-2009, 05:23 PM   #1
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Stop Driving on Red Rock - Las Vegas Weekly article
My take on this article is that it's proposing that Red Rock NCA be closed to all motorized traffic ie: Wilderness with a possible future tram so you can sit on your butt in a tram looking out the window and watch yet another closed trail go by. This is not multi access use of our public lands only the most abled-bodied would get to enjoy the area as I do now.

More - http://briancrichardson.blogspot.com...ilderness.html
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I'm confused, why is it "Stop Driving on Red Rock - A Pro Wilderness perspective." with a pic of a Tacoma on a trail?

I see the blog has many links to groups like blueribbon that support access. Yet why these "pro-wilderness" articles with no counter opinion?

maybe you can clarify what you are saying here.
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I'm confused, why is it "Stop Driving on Red Rock - A Pro Wilderness perspective." with a pic of a Tacoma on a trail?

I see the blog has many links to groups like blueribbon that support access. Yet why these "pro-wilderness" articles with no counter opinion?

maybe you can clarify what you are saying here.
Thanks for the quick feedback,

article is proposing that Red Rock me closed to all motorized traffic ie: Wilderness with a possible future tram so you can look out the window and watch yet another closed trail go by. Photo is from the trail that would be effected if this ever goes through.

Thanks to post via a blog I can fix stuff like this in seconds
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Did a intro that clears things up. 1st time/post doing land use this way.

Thanks & let me know your thoughts - time for another
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I'm confused, why is it "Stop Driving on Red Rock - A Pro Wilderness perspective." with a pic of a Tacoma on a trail?

I see the blog has many links to groups like blueribbon that support access. Yet why these "pro-wilderness" articles with no counter opinion?

maybe you can clarify what you are saying here.
Re-did 1st post on this thread
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