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Ken, I fail to see your analogy. I never said anything about an election. If I see pictures and news coverage that the rock is green, or even see that it is green for myself, how is that coverage "slanting" my opinion? I see it as presenting evidence and being able to form my own opinion. I'm not talking about editors or endorsements. I'm talking about evidence.
Suppose there is a green rock. It is obviously green. But some people call it yellow. They insist it is yellow. 95% of the people know it is green, and call it green. I guess these people are obviously biased towards green rocks. How unfair.
I see that no one can give me a reason. That must be because there isn't one.
OK. I don't know about the bid process and I don't comment on it.
I do know about the trails, and their "quality".
Fred, your last comment is pure ignorance. You obviously don't have a clue. And it's nothing against Johnson, they are a good company that does fine work. You are just digging yourself a deeper hole with every post.
Thank goodness Duckels isn't building trails.
Pat, why is this thread about what RCR is doing wrong? The article is about what RCR is doing right. It just is dominated by people who have a grudge against RCR for whatever reason. I say right on RCR! Keep up the good work! I don't mean to pick on Fred or anyone else. Or maybe I mean to pick on all of the whiners. Give it a rest already.
Fred, forgive if I'm wrong, but I can't help but shake my head to hear you complain about two guys standing in the woods without hardhats or earplugs, yet you ski 50+ days a year without a helmet. Sounds like sour grapes to me.
Keep digging a deeper hole, Mark.
Really Lora? And Fred. Why must some people make partisan politics out of everything? And how come it is usually the "right"? I read Sally's letter. Seems like she's just asking people to get involved. And to me at least, "Koch" sounds like "caucus" more than "Soros" does. Flows better. Just sayin...
Mark, your story just doesn't add up. In between your 2 posts was less than 10 hours. Congratulations on your fine hike. You must be in really good shape. Would be curious where you went. Surely, as an avid outdoorsman, you have x-c skied. As such, you know that postholeing a ski trail ruins it for skiers. The kick wax on the skis have nothing left to grip. Even if you have never skied, you must be smart enough to realize this. If not, you are just ignorant. What I got out of Russ's letter was just asking for a little consideration.
Also, just where have the snowmobiles been "kicked out of'? The little postage stamp sized area near Dry Lake? Hogan Park Trail? Give me a break. These "closures" have never been respected. I appreciate your effort trailbuilding. Just curious, what trails, and what is their intended use? Are you OK with non-intended users trashing those trails?
Why is it so hard for some people to show a little consideration? Is it really that hard for you Joey and Mark?
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