hey bebe its zane. i had a question for you. i have some chainlink fence, and i wanted to donate it to be used for trail repair like we did at fordyce. the problem is i cant store it where i live, so i need to get rid of it soon. so i was wondering if you know a place where i can donate it. im not so active on the forum, but my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call or text me at 916-529-9696 thanks
I live in yuba city and grew up playing in the hills. I've recently moved back to yuba and bought and am working on building a samurai. I was devastated to hear about greenhorn. I figured you might be the best source of info for places to wheel responsibly In an area somewhere in the surrounding area while upper elevations have snow. Best contacted by txt or call at 530-329-5641.
Trying to tread lightly and responsibly,
U.S. army ranger veteran Cpl. Erick Graham
getting to understand this site, Ill get my user name changed and then I can offer more. I know that on Dec 15th winter travel road closures will take place. Contact district rangers and forest supervisors. jj
HI Bebe. I was thinking about the forum post: "Idiot's guide to the Rubicon".
Here is an idea: 1) Compile/ edit/ author all the relevant Rubicon info into a booklet form, copyright it (?) print & sell it (?) or maybe collect donations when booklet is handed out at the trail head or other functions? The procedes to go towards RTF and/or FOTR? This could be another sorce of funds for trail work/ education/ legal fees! The best part would be to get the "message across" to new, young or uninlightened 4wheelers! Start them out on the correct path of thread lightly & responsible use.
This is just an idea & I'm sure there are many negatives to "publishing" a booklet for fund raising. What are your thoughts & is this something that is reasonable to do? Legal ramifications? Public perception/ image presentation?
Anyone willing to take on a project like this ? Or is time/ money better spent elsewere?