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1  General / Where to Ride? / Re: Where to Legally Ride in Palm Beach County on: April 13, 2005, 11:20:43 AM
Hey PBSO, I am unable to search the PBC web site and find anything. Since you seem sincere, how about YOU (since you are already a county employee, possible with some clout) ask the board to hear all of at a specific date and location, and prove to us that you are in aggreement with us needing a place to ride, BY AGGREEING TO ATTEND with your FWC buddy! Not saying I will try to attend, thats a cop out...LOL Grin

I have no idea if they do or even how to get something like this up for public discussion!!!!

Again words are great...But actions are better
2  General / Where to Ride? / Re: Where to Legally Ride in Palm Beach County on: April 13, 2005, 06:31:53 AM
Ok.......I'm ready to get serious!!!!!!!!!!

Hey PBSO and FWC.......Tell us all when and where we can can go to a county or state meeting to pursue this issue.


I believe that if you 2 did show up to present your views, and enlighten the politicians that if we were given a legal place to ride that your jobs could be dedicated to getting the bad guys as apposed to those of us just looking to have a little fun without causing trouble.

Your talk is great....But Actions are greater than words!!

Will you help us and Attend?HuhHuhHuhHuhHuh


3  General / Where to Ride? / Re: Where to Legally Ride in Palm Beach County on: April 12, 2005, 03:44:18 PM
Maybe we should get 50-100 of us and do what they did in the 60's & 70's. Let have a "sit in" in the woods. A hard to get to illegal location, the we will let pbso now where we are.

Then when they arrive. 2 or 3 of them in the middle of nowhere they will find us all chained together to our machines. Sort of like a good old fashioned sit in...

How would they arrest all of us, seperate us from each other and our machines and then arrest all of us and inpound all of our machines.  It would take unbeleveable resources for PBSO and FWC to actually do such a thing. If they did, it would be an unbelievable waste of money for the county tax payers.

It would get our story told Nation Wide if this actually happened...............Could you inmagine the Nightly News.......

86 people and they vehicles were arrested and impounded in southern Florida Protesting the lack of areas to ride...

Maybe unrealistic......but it sure would be fun.......LOL

What whould they do?? Airlift the ATV's out of the swamp 1 by 1, Handcuff two of us and put us on the back rack of PBSO's atv's and then take us miles thru the woods to a waiting paddy wagon.

This is a bunch of POO!!! All Florida cares about is the retires.
The origional Floridians or non senior citizens do not generate enough revenue for Florida to make our opinions count! We are just here to serve the eldery and their needs!! Grin
4  General / Where to Ride? / Re: Where to Legally Ride in Palm Beach County on: April 12, 2005, 12:55:42 AM
Natural areas.What a joke! I live in Palm Beach and over the last year I have ridden all over & I mean everywhere! The nature preserves located between Okechobee/441 all the way up to northlake are nothing more than undeveloped swampy land, just like the rest of southern Florida. When we rode this particular area many times (I no longer do it though) we rarely saw any wildlife, I see more in the back yard of my town house! And talk about a waste of money....Somebody has built walkways into the so called nature areas. How many people do you thing will actually go on the walkways to get bitten by mosquitoes and have a posible chance of seeing an egret. Big Deal. I love nature, I'm an avid outdoorsman, but the last thing I want to do is walk down one of these catwalks in the middle on nowhere to see what. Not even a pretty tree or flower, just mud, weeds and bugs. What a Joke!!! This whole matter is assinine. The police are just doing thier jobs and we just trying to have a little fun. Just remember that the Everglades is not big enough to preserve wildlife in southern florida, we need every 1/4 acre to keep the wildlife from perishing... P.S. I remember when I used to drive down A1A at night in palm Beach and see Rabbits, what happened to them, oh I guess that they were not important enough as was the Sea Oats to mandate that there be acres and acres of Nature preserves along A1A. o for the most part they have vanished

One last thing.You ATV's thinkg you have it tough, at least you have the Holylands and some other areas, I ride a motorcycle and there is NO PLACE FOR ME TO RIDE!!! The Cops should help us so they can put thier knowledge and skills to good use protecting the citizens of this county as opposed to chasing us because we left a tire print. What a joke!
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