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Re: ATV Ownership

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Posted by swavo on December 26, 2003 at 14:58:35 from (

In Reply to: ATV Ownership posted by Dave in MI on December 26, 2003 at 13:46:14:

I enjoy most outdoor activities, including snowmobiling, atv riding and cross country sking. People are either respondsible and respectful or they are not. In the past I would go to the local state park soon after each snowstorm to pack down the trails for the cross country skiers.The skiers who were out early appreciated my efforts and would wave and move to one side of the trail when we would meet. Later in the day when I would meet another skier on the nicely packed trail (provided by me)and this skier refused to move to one side and share the trail, and was down right rude.Like so many other areas in society people seem to make judgement on others based on their own limited exposure to that particular group.Try to treat everyone as an individual and make judgements accordingly.Labeling most snowmobiles and atv riders as a pack of speed freaks unaware of their surrondings isn't fair.

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