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Old 11-06-2012, 08:35 AM   #176 (permalink)
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Does she actually have what us working folk call a "job"?
Nope, she's long retired and has made this her crusade.
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:02 AM   #177 (permalink)
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So there is enough funding to pay to keep someone in the springs but not for fighting this where its really needed?
Huh? The two are un-related. The caretaker at the Springs is paid by Rubicon Soda Springs Incorporated (RSSI), the partnership that owns the Springs.

Maybe you're talking about RTF's mid trail staff? Not paid for with donated dollars. That program is grant funded. We have tried but have been unsuccessful funding full time advocates from grant funds.
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:20 AM   #178 (permalink)
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Based upon your opinion of the county's diminishing resolve, would you then suggest that Rubicon Trail users stop donating time and money to the trail now? Possibly, you can go into comprehensive detail about the underlying support for your statement.
I'll let Scott reply to this specifically...the underlying point is that beating an agency up in email because you're angry about a decision that was made two years ago is unproductive. Well thought out opinions about resolution and action are good, personal insults and ranting are unproductive.

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Butthurtness among a few county employees or elected taxpayers representative hardly qualifies for a generalization that the County as a whole, now has a damaged resolve related to a $7-$10 million dollar/year economic engine.
Yes, actually it does. Whether anyone realizes it or not, all politics IS local, and often it is about individuals and their resolve.

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John stated that his longstanding relationships with the county were very productive. So much so, that the county cracked less than a third of the substantial rocks in Little Sluice that it had originally planned.
OK, true, but I'm not sure what the point is here?

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thread dedicated to mass communications to the FS related to user opinions of the 42 trail closure was started by John (a great idea imo) but, individual user advocacy is off limits with respect to the Rubicon/County, and therefore, communications should be left to RTF?
NO, not left to RTF. Here is the point, exactly: If you wait almost three years after the decision is made and send a hundred emails to the Forest saying, "you're an a**hole for closing 14N39", it will be counter productive to whatever the community is trying to acheive at that point. That's why I discouraged people from sending hate emails to the County (counter-productive) in the same month that I encouraged people to send subtantive comments to the Forest regarding 14N39 and the other 42 trails (productive!).

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Simply......ridiculous. RTF communications can be so confusing.
No, not really.
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So there is enough funding to pay to keep someone in the springs but not for fighting this where its really needed?

Maybe someone should start a trail foundation that is gonna do just that... Do what Karen does.... ( I for one would feel better knowing that my $ were fighting on that front....)

I guess ,I assumed this is what donated $ were already going to.... Until this thread.....
Its posts like this that get everyone fired up, and angry, and they make no sense, and contain no facts...

I agree, someone should get paid full time to fight. Who is going to pay them? The owners of the springs? Why don't contact them then, instead of running off with the mouth here?

Again, you assumed you knew where donated funds were going, now you are assuming them go elsewhere? Where do you think they go? Have you checked to see where they are actually going? Or have you just assumed once again that you know where they are going?

There are places to donate money that is ear marked for lawsuits, etc. If you made a donation to one of these, than yes, thats where it is going. If you made a donation to a "general" fund of "X" org, than you have to trust they will use it accordingly.
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BRC supported (financially) Del Albright for almost a decade while he was Trail Boss and the Rubicon Trail Foundation President. That is enough for me!
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Huh? The two are un-related. The caretaker at the Springs is paid by Rubicon Soda Springs Incorporated (RSSI), the partnership that owns the Springs.

Maybe you're talking about RTF's mid trail staff? Not paid for with donated dollars. That program is grant funded. We have tried but have been unsuccessful funding full time advocates from grant funds.
So I must be lost? I just wonder why the person who was recieving a paycheck from BRC(according to the quote above and the first post in this thread) is urging us to donate to BRC?

Again Im trying to wrap my head around the fact there is so many save trail organizations that see donated $ and we seemingly are missing our heavy hitter that fights above the county level like the person I asked about above....or is aleast is on par to give our fight some weight and have the same voice.

This thread makes it appear that all we can do is let the decisions be made and try to lessen their effectiveness after the fact.....?

If the only win for all users is "be glad the trail is still open" How much of a win is that really?
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Its posts like this that get everyone fired up, and angry, and they make no sense, and contain no facts...

I agree, someone should get paid full time to fight. Who is going to pay them? The owners of the springs? Why don't contact them then, instead of running off with the mouth here?

Again, you assumed you knew where donated funds were going, now you are assuming them go elsewhere? Where do you think they go? Have you checked to see where they are actually going? Or have you just assumed once again that you know where they are going?

There are places to donate money that is ear marked for lawsuits, etc. If you made a donation to one of these, than yes, thats where it is going. If you made a donation to a "general" fund of "X" org, than you have to trust they will use it accordingly.
Most of what Im asking about is talked about in this thread.....

Ill admit ,I blindly donated to more than one of the save trails organizations thinking my $ are going in for the big fight,lawyers,legal battles....and hopefully some kinda win for all users.

And just like we talked about in a text, most wheelers are just wanting to wheel... so they think giving $ gets it handled. Clearly thats not all that gets it done. I thank all the people involved and their efforts even if Im not understanding the big picture and how it all comes together.

And maybe that has happened? I lay no claims to know the inner workings of any of the organzations.

everyone has their opinion,Im just asking why things have gone this way....

It just seems like the wheelers/volunteers are rail roaded a bit, I mean how many tree hugger groups(providing countless hours and free man power to do projects) are out fixing the trail to show they care? Maybe there are? I have never heard of any...though their agendas are clearly heard.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:30 PM   #184 (permalink)
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It just seems like the wheelers/volunteers are rail roaded a bit, I mean how many tree hugger groups(providing countless hours and free man power to do projects) are out fixing the trail to show they care? Maybe there are? I have never heard of any...though their agendas are clearly heard.
No, this assumption is correct, I don't believe they do. Never seen it, and I've been to a ton of work parties.

Here's the lawsuit problem: You have to sue based on something. Karen et. al. are very good at picking out tiny little pieces of environmental laws to sue over (for example, the 42 trails suit was based on Standard #100, basically a sentence, out of 124 standards in that particular document). As Scott stated earlier in this thread, there isn't a law that says we have a right to wheel. We just have to stay a jump ahead, on top of, or sometimes a jump behind if we get caught with our pants down (like with the CAO, lotsa catchup work on that one).

Their agendas are heard because they attend, because in many agencies their viewpoint is shared, especially at the top, and because they are willing to dig out the obscure stuff and sue over it. Simple, and yet not.
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Ill admit ,I blindly donated to more than one of the save trails organizations thinking my $ are going in for the big fight,lawyers,legal battles....and hopefully some kinda win for all users.
In the case of RTF, almost all of our money is going toward the trail and property (that we are working hard for public access). If there was an actual lawsuit that we would need to file on something...you would hear about it!

In the case of other organizations....You've seen several comments on here...but I'll repeat it again. The "other" folks sue the Gov't on procedural violations. We, don't have that leverage in our favor. Is it fair? No. But that's what it is.
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So I must be lost? I just wonder why the person who was recieving a paycheck from BRC(according to the quote above and the first post in this thread) is urging us to donate to BRC?
I (My own personal opinion) think it is fantasy land to expect BRC to file lawsuits for every trail in trouble in the entire USA. That would take MILLIONS and MILLIONS. IMO, what BRC should be doing exclusively, is lobbying at the Federal level to create legislation that would give OHV a hook to hang their hat on, in terms of suing FOR access.

Which is why I think the original post is an improbable assumption....that somehow donating money to BRC = Saving Gatekeeper. I don't see it being productive of a national organization thinking they could have made a difference on 10 feet of trail.

That's like the American Cancer Assoc saying if you had donated to us, we could have helped my grandfather's co-payment at Kaiser.
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The user outcry could possibly have had the exact opposite effect intended. It did not thankfully.
John - Scott already posted this, in response to the email blitz. You two say so much, I just think you forget the bridges that have already been crossed. And if anybody called anyone at the county an asshole, that would be inappropriate. Which position is the President of RTF going with?

And, as to the decision being made two-three years ago (cracking the LS), apparently nothing was set in stone or you would not have been as effective at saving rocks the same day of the work. Which position is the Vice-President of RTF going with?

Not a lot separates us John, it is just a matter of clarity.
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And, as to the decision being made two-three years ago (cracking the LS), apparently nothing was set in stone or you would not have been as effective at saving rocks the same day of the work. Which position is the Vice-President of RTF going with?

Not a lot separates us John, it is just a matter of clarity.
Both. The decision was made almost three years ago. To be clear, it wasn't just me alone and we didn't change the resolution, but shaped it's outcome. I just happened to be at LS that day. Lots of folks worked behind the scene. Look at the resolution, it is very vague. We were able to influence the outcome of that resolution.

Again, pretty simple. Though you frame your statement as resolution and outcome being by definition the same, they weren't and they're not.
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Craig both of those are opinions. Based on my extensive interaction with the County and the knowledge gained there. Both are valid. To me.


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Both. The decision was made almost three years ago. To be clear, it wasn't just me alone and we didn't change the resolution, but shaped it's outcome. I just happened to be at LS that day. Lots of folks worked behind the scene. Look at the resolution, it is very vague. We were able to influence the outcome of that resolution.

Again, pretty simple. Though you frame your statement as resolution and outcome being by definition the same, they weren't and they're not.
You are actually going to state, "I just happened to be at at LS that day?" Priceless.

John, I am glad that after two Little Sluice threads and a tremendous amount of bickering and lost opportunities to unify users that you finally understand the Save Little Sluice position. The resolution was very vague (and abrupt), and therefore, RTF should have made a public push that included more interested party input, other than two personally interested parties.

The county failed, RTF failed, Jack Sweeney failed, you failed, so the county got emailed, and it will not be the last time when the people's business get personal.
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You are actually going to state, "I just happened to be at at LS that day?" Priceless.
Taken out of context, Craig. Of course it wasn't happenstance. Point I was making is that I didn't do this alone. Scott was making calls, Ken was making calls, Bob was at LS as well. I should have said I just happened to be the one who was at LS. You, sir, are the king of nitpick and literalism.

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John, I am glad that after two Little Sluice threads and a tremendous amount of bickering and lost opportunities to unify users that you finally understand the Save Little Sluice position. The resolution was very vague (and abrupt), and therefore, RTF should have made a public push that included more interested party input, other than two personally interested parties.

The county failed, RTF failed, Jack Sweeney failed, you failed, so the county got emailed, and it will not be the last time when the people's business get personal.
I won't be adddressing this. I have made a vow to correct the incorrect and not argue with the unconvinceable.
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IS GOVERNMENT LISTENING TO THE USERS?

I left my leadership position in Friends of the Rubicon (FOTR) and the Rubicon Trail Foundation (RTF) a few years back, thinking that we had laid a positive foundation to continue these incredible efforts to keep the Rubicon Trail open to all of us...all year; for all types of rigs; with challenges for us all.

NOT THE CASE!!!

I am sorely disappointed in the way the trail has changed in the last few years, and I am not afraid to step up and say that government is NOT listening to the users. Not in this case. Something is wrong and we need to bring some slap down on the deaf ones who "govern" our use of public lands in the case of the Rubicon Trail.

From the blowing of the Gatekeeper, conducted like an ambush in war, unbeknownst to users and unspoken in public forums beforehand; to the resizing and near paving of Little Sluice in spite of comprehensive surveys and public input against such maneuvers behind the scenes; to the changing and possible closure of Soup (Bowl, Kitchen). It is NOT what the users have asked for and have said in public forum. Government is NOT listening.

And do we have some of our own supporting these insidious, sneaky, behind the scenes moves? I'm not sure; but I am sure that the folks I talk to, do NOT support these radical changes to the Rubicon Trail.

Oh, let's ask ourselves who has invested tens of thousands of hours in hard work, sweat, blood and back-breaking work in making this trail a trail for all? Friends of the Rubicon (FOTR), that is who. Since the first work party in the summer of 2001, and hundreds of work parties since then, every summer....FOTR has earned the key to this trail. Why does Government think they know best on this one?

FOTR earned tens of thousands of dollars in grant money for government agencies to help us manage the trail, maintain the trail, and mitigate the issues with erosion and use. So why would not government LISTEN to the users in how the trail should look in the future? YOU GOT ME.


Here's my suggestion for you if this does not wrap your winch the right way:

1) make sure your membership is current in fighting outfits like BlueRibbon Coalition and Cal4wheel.

2) make sure you're participating in Google groups for FOTR with your voice being heard.

3) donate to those groups fighting for access THE RIGHT WAY, for you.


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If BRC/Cal4 has so much to say about this.... then where were they BEFORE and DURING what happened?

To me this appears to be a tasteless opportunity to take advantage of a situation and ask for money.

Please prove me wrong.....
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If BRC/Cal4 has so much to say about this.... then where were they BEFORE and DURING what happened?

To me this appears to be a tasteless opportunity to take advantage of a situation and ask for money.

Please prove me wrong.....
Why not ask the author himself?

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