Frenchie, they already have a solution for you.
Ride the bus.
Ride the bus.
Frenchie, they already have a solution for you.Would that be the Short Bus?
Using the example I gave above;
That was a good idea. When I lived in Ramona for 37 years. The route to get to El Cajon 20 miles away went out the east end of town from where I lived. Took me past the San Diego Wild Animal Park to Escondido (north and west). From them their I would switch buses to San Diego Mission Valley (South). Catch the bus (east) to El Cajon transit center for another bus switch (North) and arrive 2 hours and 45 minutes later. I could also take the Trolley from Mission Valley to El Cajon transit center for another bus switch and arrive in 2 hours and 35 minutes. This was eight years ago before I left California and maybe they have something better now, I do not know or care.
The problem was I started work at 7:00 AM and the first bus out of town was at 6:00 AM. I would be right on time every day (late). Mass transit can work some places but limited to cities and highly populated locations.
The drive was only 25 minutes from Ramona to El Cajon.
Shade, you probably saw this from a different thread we were on, https://expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/overland-off-roading-and-trailer-buyers.206169/
Opinion on - We may not say this out loud but you have thought this.“I want a law to protect me from being responsible for decisions I make.” I also do not want laws to infringe on my rights. Opinion off.
If we do not take the initiative to get involved we will be subject to what they think is best for us however inappropate it is for people with common sence.
The government dose not care how many of your Rights we step on to make Our Rights, Right for you!For some people, there is no problem that government can't solve.
It very well could be.And the difference between Communism and Socialism is? I have an idea..if they ban beach traffic I propose they build a huge wind farm right along the beach..Nothing about any of this is environmental..Its all about having the ability to build more condos...
Has anyone had success with keeping access open by trying to out-close the Closers? If it's so important to close it to motorized vehicles, maybe it should be declared a wilderness area and ban all human activity. The developers wouldn't care for that.I went to Cal Poly back from 80 thru 83..Have used the dunes since about 74..It hasn't changed other than the reasons to close it down. If you believe its about the environment you should do some historical background research. Check on who funds the impact studies and the money behind them.
I see the are going all in and claiming beach use damages minorities in the community..No beach access will destroy minorities in the community..that's also part of the plan..its all about dollars..always has been.