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RE: RE: Re: RE: Sierra Club?
Thanks, Barbara! I
knew that there was a cooperative venture with the bicyclists and I am glad that
you know the specifics as you explained here.
I have to admit, though,
I am ocassionally a RENEGADE rider, and ride in the dark being chased by
headlights from the Park Ranger! My favorite night riding memory is seeing
the Hale-Bopp comet from Arastradero Preserve.
Perhaps you are aware that the bicyclists joined forces
with the horsemen to acquire the right of way to connect Henry Cowell Park
with Grey Whale and Wilder Park. The City Council, staffed at the time
with some pretty die-hard anti-horse people, finally yielded to the pressure
and allowed ROW. My brother-in-law and his wife built the U-Con trail
from Grey Whale, through UCSC to Henry Cowell that allows access to all that
riding area, and allows the Fireworks ride to exist. The occasional
bicyclist is not considerate, but I think most are
is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net. Information,
Policy, Disclaimer: http://www.endurance.net/RideCamp
That's why, to me, when all the trails are
closed, when they tell us we can go there no longer with our horse, I
will take that final option. And I will take it till they pry the
reins from my cold dead hands (which won't be easy to do since I
seem to be getting a touch of arthritis in them lately). That
option is RENEGADE RIDER. I will ride, or I will die while
attempting to ride; I care not what the stupid law
Howard (the Sierra Club can go pound
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