Monthly Archives: November 2012

THE STORY OF AN OYSTER FARMER VERSUS WASHINGTON INSIDERS

Off Highway Vehicle enthusiasts in California are not the only average Americans impacted by politicians and their allies. It has been demonstrated over and over again how the Democrats in Washington are craven to green money and green propaganda. The … Continue reading

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OHV TRUST FUND OR “NOT WITH MY TAX MONEY YOU WON’T”

A short time ago we attended a public meeting regarding the strategic planning goals and objectives for Carnegie State Vehicle Recreation Area (The General Plan). When a Carnegie rider recommended opening the Alameda/Tesla property for off highway vehicle use, someone … Continue reading

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Bunny Wars or the Tale of Peter Rabbit

Perhaps he had a fortuitous name. I doubt that bunnies these days get read to before bed like they used to when I was little. And so there is little chance that his name brought naughty impulses to his mind. … Continue reading

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Carnegie Visitor Appreciation Day 2012

Sunday, October 21, 2012 was the second annual Carnegie Visitor Appreciation Day. This event is organized by the Carnegie staff to celebrate Carnegie’s rich history as an off road haven. Entry to the park was free. The new supervisor, Randy … Continue reading

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