Aren't we all... :shaking:sqdave said:I am hating on the irresponsible wheelers that are going to ruin it for the rest of us.
There you go judging again. I wish I were that good! I am actually one of the most wonderful people you could ever know. I just dislike rap music. That is not a crime. That is a choice.JW said:... it shows what kind of person you are ...
If you simply don't like rap what's with this comment?sqdave said:I thought this was a white boy activity.
I think this would be a good idea. There is a view that we should only support pack it in, pack it out and some even see having dumpsters at the entrances as an eroding of that policy. I disagree completely. I do fully agreee with the pack it in, pack it out philosophy...and do this myself...but view it as ideallistic not reality. Honestly, I have the same view for pooh. I'd like to see bathrooms at all entrances and disperse along the trail. Again, it is just not realistic to believe all people will carry out their pooh...even if they are required to carry buckets and wag bags. Sure most on this forum will, but were just a drop in the bucket out there.roundeye said:Back to the topic of Litter. Would it make sense for us at this point to put garbage cans along the trail where we're finding trash? Maybe a little sign that says, if you must litter, then please put your trash in here.
That way, some of the great folks who are willing can just grab the bag full of trash on their way out. I am sure we can get both the gabage cans and bags donated.
I thought that prior to the closure at Spider that it was like a weekend at BerniesNOTPRETTY said:I just hope that by opening the door to managment, we don't see the trail become a weekend a bernies or some sort of lights out at 10:00PM formal camp ground. There needs to be a balance and an understanding that management costs money.