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Old 06-01-2017, 05:41 PM   #17
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Default Re: Binder Bee 2015 needs new leadership

I'm around Canyonville, so even as far down as Medford would be enticing to me. You're still out there in C.J., right? On a side note, did you see that the McGrew Trail there in your backyard has been closed indefinitely? The Nazis had been threatening for years and they, in conjunction with their jack-booted henchmen in BLM uniforms finally made good on the threat. What a bunch of bullshit. That was about the closest thing in Oregon to the Rubicon. Not that I'm equating the two, but it was a pretty fun trail with great camping alongside the North Fork of the Smith River at the end. Thinking about a future Binder Bee in perhaps a new, Southerly venue had me also thinking about an organized trail ride on Sunday as a bookend to the event. McGrew would have been a natural choice. At least I can say I got to run it a few times before the Nazis locked it up and threw away the key. Just getting so sick of more and more of our land being locked up and gated shut. This is still America last time I checked.
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