Leave it alone...
Dec 20, 2012
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This letter pertains to the Greater Canyonlands proposal. Once we give our wilderness a title like monument it becomes opposite of wilderness. It will then become an attraction, which leads to control, then slowly becomes unavailable.
Roads will be limited and maybe shut down. Yes, we may still hike in the area if we can physically.
We should think about the locals that were born and raised here who once roamed that area. Or maybe the disabled. If they can’t drive in they will only be able to view from a distance.
Why can’t we leave our desert alone?
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