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Dear Friends,

I have just read and signed the online petition:

"Top 50 Trailhead Project Letter of Support"

hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition

service, at:

http://www.PetitionOnline.com/top50/

I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might

agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider

signing yourself.

Best wishes,

TODD LARSON

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Hey 4X4! So, I just have a couple of questions and a statement since I am unfamiliar with the area. Love the fact that you are paying attention to your area and what occurs and are being proactive!!! Wish there was more of that going on. So, on to my questions. Do the recreationists of the area and the USFS get along there? Just asking due to our situation, where we don't... and my initial concern was that access that the USFS would be getting. The idea sounds awesome, but would the land stay private with public access or does some type of legislation get involved where the land then belongs to the Government? We don't have these structures in place here, so I am unfamiliar with them. Just let me know when you get a chance, sounds fantastic!!!

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Hey 4X4! So, I just have a couple of questions and a statement since I am unfamiliar with the area. Love the fact that you are paying attention to your area and what occurs and are being proactive!!! Wish there was more of that going on. So, on to my questions. Do the recreationists of the area and the USFS get along there? Just asking due to our situation, where we don't... and my initial concern was that access that the USFS would be getting. The idea sounds awesome, but would the land stay private with public access or does some type of legislation get involved where the land then belongs to the Government? We don't have these structures in place here, so I am unfamiliar with them. Just let me know when you get a chance, sounds fantastic!!!

The way I understand it would stay private and the USFS would have access to it to clear trails. I don't know if they get along I live about an 8 hour drive from there. I am going down there to buy some land next spring. They have over 5000 miles of trails to ride on and my wife wants to live there so we can get up in the morning and go for a ride.

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