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Old 02-01-2013, 12:57 PM   #1
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Mesa County Trail Closure

anyone know anything else on this?? another lost trail..........
Public land changes could limit off-roading


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Remember, people belong in cities. Not in the backcountry. That is only for the happy little forest critters and happy trees.
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O the city, I was just up in Denver today. You poor people lol. No offense intended.
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The Chinese and other holders of our national debt don't want us trespassing on the land they are about to confiscate when we default on our payments.
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The Chinese and other holders of our national debt don't want us trespassing on the land they are about to confiscate when we default on our payments.
Sadly it's prolly the truth haha

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