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Thread: DT Closing.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBarr2002 View Post
    There's a thread on NC4X4 that says there's more to it than that.
    i figure there must be, care to copy and paste I cant get to NC4x4
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    Quote Originally Posted by 97TJGUZZY View Post
    i figure there must be, care to copy and paste I cant get to NC4x4
    This might be what he's referring to. Weather it was Mike or the land owner that did the logging is unsure.

    Idk if the full truth is being told about the reasons for getting shut down. Friends that work for the forest service said that the logging was illegal ( no permits pulled) and broke several laws dealing with waterways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    This might be what he's referring to. Weather it was Mike or the land owner that did the logging is unsure.
    that sounds more plausible.
    --Brooks

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    I called Bs when I first read it. There is more to it. I wonder if closing wasn't already an idea and this just expedited it. While I wanted to go back one day because I love the area I couldn't see it being overly successful when you have to pack your entire camp in and town is a good hike away. To me that sounds great but to the majority I think not. I think they weighed the best of the 2 options and decided trees are where the money was.

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