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Mike Jacoubowsky
September 7th 03, 10:36 PM
Was out mountain bike riding at Skegg's/El Corte Madera today, and noticed a
group of hikers (maybe 8) taking a shortcut that was fenced and posted as
not allowed (off El Corte Madera Creek Trail).

I think all hikers should be banned from parks if they're so arrogant that
they think they can just trample through restricted areas like that.

On the positive side, we came across maybe three smaller groups or couples
of hikers that appeared to stay on the trails, but still... it's clear that
they simply can't be trusted and should be treated together as one large
group of ne'er-do-wells.

--Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycles
http://www.ChainReactionBicycles.com

Raoul Duke
September 8th 03, 09:51 AM
"Mike Jacoubowsky" > wrote in message
om...

> Was out mountain bike riding at Skegg's/El Corte Madera today, and noticed
a
> group of hikers (maybe 8) taking a shortcut that was fenced and posted as
> not allowed (off El Corte Madera Creek Trail).
>
> I think all hikers should be banned from parks if they're so arrogant that
> they think they can just trample through restricted areas like that.
>
> On the positive side, we came across maybe three smaller groups or couples
> of hikers that appeared to stay on the trails, but still... it's clear
that
> they simply can't be trusted and should be treated together as one large
> group of ne'er-do-wells.

Duh!

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H. M. Leary
September 8th 03, 01:57 PM
In article >,
"Mike Jacoubowsky" > wrote:

> Was out mountain bike riding at Skegg's/El Corte Madera today, and noticed a
> group of hikers (maybe 8) taking a shortcut that was fenced and posted as
> not allowed (off El Corte Madera Creek Trail).
>
> I think all hikers should be banned from parks if they're so arrogant that
> they think they can just trample through restricted areas like that.
>
> On the positive side, we came across maybe three smaller groups or couples
> of hikers that appeared to stay on the trails, but still... it's clear that
> they simply can't be trusted and should be treated together as one large
> group of ne'er-do-wells.
>
> --Mike-- Chain Reaction Bicycles
> http://www.ChainReactionBicycles.com
>
>
>

Michael!

When did you change your name to Vanderm...?


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Sarah
September 11th 03, 03:07 AM
not to mention all their stomping around disturbing the earthworms!!!

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