B-Real 
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Re: “In Reverse

These previous comments talk about how the OHV users are greedy, inconsiderate, and think that the environment is theirs alone to use. What about the non-OHV users. From the comments posted here, it seems that they are the ones who think that the are in charge of the environment and get to have all the say as to who can and can't use public lands, and how they can use it. What does the word public mean? I always thought that it meant "open to all". Of course there are always going to be a few bad apples that ruin it for everyone. I am sure that not all "greenies" are bad, but those of you who post on here make me hate all greenies, as you are the few bad apples who ruin your image for the rest of your group. There is in fact room for all of us to use the land together, and in a way that is environmentally friendly, even with OHVs. We just ALL need to respect the land and stay on the designated trails. If we do not, whether we are on foot, bicycle or OHV, we are going to destroy areas and the BLM will be forced to close those areas for future use. If we want our future generations to be able to enjoy the land that we ALL have, we ALL need to work together, quit pointing fingers, and do something. Yelling at OHV users and saying that they all destroy the environment does no good. Saying that all "greenies" are a waste of space does no good. We all have ways in which we prefer to recreate. Who is to say that one person's way is better than the other. It is all a matter of opinion. Until we realize this and unite, things will only get worse, not better.

Posted by B Andersen on 12/14/2007 at 12:03 PM

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