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Thank you all for your interest and volunteering spirit. This forum has been locked by mods so that only volunteers has access. I feel it's best to keep our discussions with a layer of privacy.

As it is apparent that we enjoy our FJs and love taking it out into the wilderness. Inevitably, we encounter land management and usage issues. Don't you hate it when a trail is closed? When you have to "go around"? The FJ community is a very tight group and we seem to really enjoy the company and comaraderie. I feel it's a really good opportunity for us to give a little back to the off road community and posterity by volunteering to keep a trail open. It's a good chance to learn what's involved in keeping a trail open and at the same time have fun in an environment that we enjoy. Our goal is to get people more aware and involved in managing our land. To be more cognizant of the impact we have when we're "out there". As this is voluntary, no one is paid or forced to do something. If you do commit yourself, you've done so with a generous spirit and I applaud you for that! For many of us this is new territory. We're learning as we go. If you have ideas, please feel free to discuss it. Anticipate critiques and be open to civil discussions.

Please feel free to discuss all issues related to trail adoption. I'll migrate some of the emails over to here. As I get the emails or correspondences with San Bernardino National Forest, I'll relate them here so you can all get the same info.

Thanks again everyone!

Tony
 

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Once again, thanks for putting this together. I am actively involved with docent programs here in OC. I know we don't do much in the way of 4-wheeling in the parks I work at, but I am all for a bit of trail work and land management relationship building.
 

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boboso said:
Once again, thanks for putting this together. I am actively involved with docent programs here in OC. I know we don't do much in the way of 4-wheeling in the parks I work at, but I am all for a bit of trail work and land management relationship building.
Who's to say we could not have a North and South Trail....Just a thought!
 

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Did someone say, "Working Party Up?" I'm in...as soon as my knee gets to feeling better! Can't wait to get out with all of you guys and pick up some trash and keep a trail open!!!! I can't believe I'm saying this! haha
 

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I might need a helmet and a strap to keep me in the chair! haha
 

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I am limited in walking as my feet are bad, But I will do all I can do to help with the trail.

And when I go to a mall or lots of walking I use a wheel chair to ;D

So what is this about a "off road" wheel chair... HAHA is it made by toyota?? :p
 

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I might need a helmet and a strap to keep me in the chair! haha
Yo! No need for a chair! We will just attach the strap to your "tow point" and drag you from it! EZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Tony,

I obviously stumbled accross the Off-Topic, Hijacking, Humorous, Fun Poking, Nothing to do with Adopting-A-Trail thread, Can you please inform me of where the real SoCal FJ Cruisers Adopt-A-Trail Goals and Mission thread is? I am very eager to get going on this ASAP.

Thanks!

Bozo the Clown
 

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I believe that Tony is Waiting for Greg to call him back with an updated Trails List, so we are all in a holding pattern right now....At least that is what I read as recently as yesterday.
 
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