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Old August 14th 14, 08:41 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Default "The vast number of visitors to national and state parks neverventure farther than a few yards from their cars"

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"It's difficult to love what you've never experienced."

Nonsense! So I have to see every tree, in order to love trees? See every bird, in order to love birds? See every park, in order to love nature? That is simply a rationalization for humans that feel they have a right to dominate every square inch of the Earth! When are we going to start telling the truth???

Humans not visiting a park is not a tragedy! For the wildlife, it's a well-deserved vacation!

Mike


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