Jon_DunnGranny Gear

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Bridger // Montana


 
Again, yawn.... your quotes are just as real as the others on this thread.
Yawn.... t”man”, can you find some original material? Your head seems to be someplace dark, maybe up your tail as you like to say. Your continual repetitive talking points are worn slam out. The same tired response to so many comments, it really is like a bad rerun. Please, find something to say that might…
“Flowy”... dang autocorrect...
Note sure if you’ve already covered the new Stack Rock trail in Boise’s upper foothills, but it is flown and open!
Ahead, I don’t worry about being ahead. I want to see the original intent of the Wilderness Act reinstated. The Act that afforded the human powered exploration of our wild lands to be experienced. For me, “ahead” doesn’t mean keeping other human powered users out, it means enjoying the backcountry under my own power. Keep…
Again, there he is not providing anything convincing. Keep up the effort though, you are succeeding in losing support... What’s his (after a good lobby and amendment) is his, don’t dare question the amendment!
There will always be a “slowest” rider in any group. Waiting at intersections is common courtesy. If it is going to be a race pace drop ride, the route should be known so everyone knows where to get a cold beer post-ride.
Yup, his quote was from ‘65. NTA was ‘68. Please do rest, nobody is changing your mind and you certainly aren’t changing mine...
He knew what hole signed, it wasn’t the reinterpretation of 1986 that Reagan signed... “The forgotten outdoorsmen of today are those who like to walk, hike, ride horseback or bicycle. For them we must have trails as well as highways.” LBJ 1965
I wouldn’t paint all Motos with such a broad brush, here in idaho and in Montana there is a long history of moto maintenance. Hundreds, if not thousands, of snags and downed trees are cleared every spring by groups of riders carrying chainsaws on those backs. Many trails would have been overgrown and lost without…
Pasting long and longer quotes makes you no more right than it does to use Caps to emphasize a point. Your opinion is yours, and mine is mine. The fact is unchanged that bicycles were included in the original act as the signing president stated. You may continue to blowhard on the issue but you…
His mind is made up, he’ll continue to comment without doing any further critical thinking. Thankfully there are a lot of people that still read, and have read the original verbiage of the Wilderness Act and agree wholeheartedly with the STC and their position. The fact is: bicycles were included in the original act. There…
Common sense, very thoughtful point by point response. IMBA would be wise to listen. Unfortunately the damage is done. Elected officials (Montana) are reversing support for HR1349 in part due to the...
From a Wilderness rescue by untrained nonmedical personnel, I’d say this was a success. Y’all stayed calm, stabilized the wound, called for rescue and didn’t cause further damage. Jason must be a superhero, or possibly just a dick know it all pain in the ass.
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