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July 29, 2016, 9:48 a.m. -  Merwinn

#!markdown We can't have it all. If we want more trails on land that is owned by a third party, then be prepared to respect their opinions and rights as the land owners, or go elsewhere. Shore trails are no longer a secret to anyone with an iPhone and the land owners (at least those who acknowledge that trails exist) want variety to reflect the larger community of trail users and that mitigate risk from litigation. That is reality. I'd much rather have the NSMBA leading the way for trail maintenance, and builds etc. than the alternative. Adapt or die, because time travel isn't an option.

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