Good for the Forest Service; feet are important outdoor tools it finds

This editorial from Arizona does the explaining quite well. Whenever I think of all-terrain veehikles, I can’t help but remember the clod-hopping off-road machines I would watch working their way up and down a power-line corridor in Carbon County, Pa., on m way to the county seat of Jim Thorpe. Long exercise walks closer to my now-previous home in that state were often punctuated by all-terrain veehikles being ridden, illegally, on a county road. All the resulting cell phone calls I made to 911 were, in the end, quite fruitless. Damn machines.

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