Yeah, let's drag ourselves back to the point...alfablue said:I was really hoping (probably an act of futility) for a discussion of ideas to deal with the problem, and / or experiences of other path users....the muscle flexing is entertaining though!
I couldn't really give up the Railway Path - it is (apart from this) truly fantastic, it takes me 20 miles completely off road, and travel times are faster than by car at some times of the day.Tetedelacourse said:Other than muscle-flexing, surely the only remedy is the old bill. Maybe a reflection of the wider need for more bobbys back on the beat. But that's definitely one for Soapbox!
Alternatively, if you're not already, become a fully clad King of Lycra and take to the road and to hang with the paths!
That's the annoying thing - they inconvenience legit users and the scroats just find a way round...alfablue said:I am not sure they would have really stopped motorbikes anyway, particularly mini-ones, and there are also many "unofficial" access points through the trees anyway.
Hang on, I don't agree with the word 'desecration'. It basically just means 'destroyed', but when they want to make it sound a bit more sentimental than a destroying, so they've had to choose a new word. it was probably only invented for this purpose.johnsienk said:>>completely unjustified in desecrating
Hang on, I don't agree with the word 'desecration'. It basically just means 'destroyed', but when they want to make it sound a bit more sentimental than a destroying, so they've had to choose a new word. it was probably only invented for this purpose.[/QUOTE]bonj;37896][quote name= said:desecrating[/b]
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