www.bttfcruise.com or http://cruisetoendparkinsons.com/
Thank you for correcting the above mentioned error in the article.
Producer - Director (OR7 - THE JOURNEY)
Here is the ticket link for the documentary OR7 - THE JOURNEY.
CORRECTION: The stand-in wolf NIWA is NOT from "Wolf Haven International" in Washington as quoted in this article, but from "Wolf People of Cocolalla" in Idaho.
Producer - Director (OR7 - THE JOURNEY)
Yay!!♡ Franti is great
"Prickly ash" is also known as the Sichuan peppercorn.
I love the character of Holmes too much to see this movie, good as it might be. Sometimes it's best to let our idols be frozen at their peak.
Great story, and much appreciated. However, the admission information is incorrect. Individual admission is $5 Thursday through Sunday, with family admission at $8. Wednesdays are free. The prices quoted above are for an upcoming event, The Diebenkorn Pages, on August 1.
I've never defended horseback riding, as you claimed. I don't support it. All I said is that mountain biking harms hikers and equestrians, which is FACT. Of course, it also harms mountain bikers! I'm for protecting mountain bikers, too, but you and mountain bikers never say anything about that.
Your original post stated this: "The common thread among those who want more recreation in our parks is total ignorance about and disinterest in the wildlife whose homes these parks are. Yes, if humans are the only beings that matter, it is simply a conflict among humans (but even then, allowing bikes on trails harms the MAJORITY of park users -- hikers and EQUESTRIANS -- who can no longer safely and peacefully enjoy their parks)."
Who's the liar, Mike?
BTW, I am not a mountain biker and I agree that they should not be allowed on hiking trails. Feel free to hate me regardless.
Your total lunacy is duly noted.
Your libel is duly noted.
I've said NOTHING about equestrians, LIAR. All I said is that horses have the right to go wherever they want to, just like any wildlife. BIKES, of course, have NO rights, and don't belong off of pavement. Why can't mountain bikers EVER tell the truth???
By the way, Here is a little background on Mr. Vanderman.
Mike Vandeman, Disparaging bike riders and at the same time, defending equestrians.
Now THAT takes willful ignorance.
Neither should be allowed in my opinion.
Sheldon whats up man been long time i was wondering if you ever hear from robert chavez I've been looking for him for years I found his brother but he won't give me any info
Your lies are duly noted.
Watched the video and only saw great recreation in a beautiful natural setting. Missed the all the destruction and raping of resources by the MTB'rs. If riding your bike down a mountain constitutes the "rough treatment of nature" then I guess I'm guilty of manhandling mother nature.
Bicycles should not be allowed in any natural area. They are inanimate objects and have no rights. There is also no right to mountain bike. That was settled in federal court in 1996: http://mjvande.nfshost.com/mtb10.htm . It's dishonest of mountain bikers to say that they don't have access to trails closed to bikes. They have EXACTLY the same access as everyone else -- ON FOOT! Why isn't that good enough for mountain bikers? They are all capable of walking....
A favorite myth of mountain bikers is that mountain biking is no more harmful to wildlife, people, and the environment than hiking, and that science supports that view. Of course, it's not true. To settle the matter once and for all, I read all of the research they cited, and wrote a review of the research on mountain biking impacts (see http://mjvande.nfshost.com/scb7.htm ). I found that of the seven studies they cited, (1) all were written by mountain bikers, and (2) in every case, the authors misinterpreted their own data, in order to come to the conclusion that they favored. They also studiously avoided mentioning another scientific study (Wisdom et al) which did not favor mountain biking, and came to the opposite conclusions.
Those were all experimental studies. Two other studies (by White et al and by Jeff Marion) used a survey design, which is inherently incapable of answering that question (comparing hiking with mountain biking). I only mention them because mountain bikers often cite them, but scientifically, they are worthless.
Mountain biking accelerates erosion, creates V-shaped ruts, kills small animals and plants on and next to the trail, drives wildlife and other trail users out of the area, and, worst of all, teaches kids that the rough treatment of nature is okay (it's NOT!). What's good about THAT?
To see exactly what harm mountain biking does to the land, watch this 5-minute video: http://vimeo.com/48784297.
In addition to all of this, it is extremely dangerous: http://mjvande.nfshost.com/mtb_dangerous.htm .
For more information: http://mjvande.nfshost.com/mtbfaq.htm .
The common thread among those who want more recreation in our parks is total ignorance about and disinterest in the wildlife whose homes these parks are. Yes, if humans are the only beings that matter, it is simply a conflict among humans (but even then, allowing bikes on trails harms the MAJORITY of park users -- hikers and equestrians -- who can no longer safely and peacefully enjoy their parks).
The parks aren't gymnasiums or racetracks or even human playgrounds. They are WILDLIFE HABITAT, which is precisely why they are attractive to humans. Activities such as mountain biking, that destroy habitat, violate the charter of the parks.
Even kayaking and rafting, which give humans access to the entirety of a water body, prevent the wildlife that live there from making full use of their habitat, and should not be allowed. Of course those who think that only humans matter won't understand what I am talking about -- an indication of the sad state of our culture and educational system.
Please Please,more Rupert Penry-Jones ... I love this very skilled actors work and soooo lovely to watch!
We are so glad there is a local Edward Degas show!
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