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Thread: Are you guys watching this issue? Potential closure of Monticello Box Canyon!

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    Zane is the big dollar Texan who purchased the land in the middle of the box and is turning it into a hunting preserve and has blocked everyone else out.
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    Not enough land in Texas?


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    It seems like any legal action is futile as far as keeping public land open goes. The Las Cruces Four Wheel Drive club has lost these battles time and time again. I do not see a long term future for four wheeling on public lands. The conservatives want to make all the land private, and the liberals want to turn everything into wilderness areas. We get screwed either way. I am sure it won't be long before the west is just like the east, and the only four wheeling will be on small private parks that you have to drive hundreds of miles for and pay to use.

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    Apparently they just fenced La Bajada also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharp View Post
    It seems like any legal action is futile as far as keeping public land open goes. The Las Cruces Four Wheel Drive club has lost these battles time and time again. I do not see a long term future for four wheeling on public lands. The conservatives want to make all the land private, and the liberals want to turn everything into wilderness areas. We get screwed either way. I am sure it won't be long before the west is just like the east, and the only four wheeling will be on small private parks that you have to drive hundreds of miles for and pay to use.
    It just takes very deep pockets. The fact that Kiene offered to settle shows that there was reason for concern if the case was to proceed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleg View Post
    Apparently they just fenced La Bajada also.
    True story.
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