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boyce sabotage

Postby bpbob » Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:25 pm

Someone sabotaged the bidge by the tunnel on the orange blazed trail up to the wave pool. They took an axe and cut some of the beams on the bridge. Be careful, it was very unstable. We did not ride it.
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Re: boyce sabotage

Postby peddle-paddle » Fri Mar 23, 2012 12:41 pm

I cant help but think it is the people that live in the nearby house. last year there were several trees felled across the trail heading up towards the wave pool just beyond the bridge that you mention. jagoffs
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Re: boyce sabotage

Postby bpbob » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:47 pm

we suspected that also. this is a PTAG blazed trail so I assume it is legal and stays on boyce property
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Re: boyce sabotage

Postby Unreal Machine » Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:48 pm

peddle-paddle wrote:I cant help but think it is the people that live in the nearby house. last year there were several trees felled across the trail heading up towards the wave pool just beyond the bridge that you mention. jagoffs


My first thought as well.

bpbob wrote:this is a PTAG blazed trail so I assume it is legal and stays on boyce property


Property versus 'territory'.
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Re: boyce sabotage

Postby PTAG » Sun Mar 25, 2012 8:54 pm

To clarify, the County Parks department does the blazing.

In Boyce Park there are PTAG volunteers who are assisting the parks staff with determining how to create viable loops for users who are not familiar with the trail network there.
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