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Old 1st September 2014, 18:40   #61
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Your love for the environment is as confused as your objections.
sir, just a small request, go to google and type "off roading environmental damage" and look at the results.

There are whole books published on environmental damage due to off roading vehicles.

My love for the environment is surely not confused and nor are my objections.

Any ways i am not interested in this debate anymore as i can see that the main motive of being a discussion forum is not achieved. We are not "discussing", what i see is just "Bashing".

We all love going off road, but just pause and think and what cost ?


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i see no disrespect in my comment to you earlier. i just see a chronic tendency ti find faults at anything and everything happening around you, cheers mate, all of us are friends and are supposed to stay so, because a common thread binds us all together.
no offence intended and none taken!

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Old 1st September 2014, 18:52   #62
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sir, just a small request, go to google and type "off roading environmental damage" and look at the results.

There are whole books published on environmental damage due to off roading vehicles.


Any ways i am not interested in this debate anymore as i can see that the main motive of being a discussion forum is not achieved.
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Are we discussing books on environmental damage, or RFC 2014 in particular?

Wish you would rather clarify the counterpoints I had put instead of dismissing as bashing, and then maybe there would be some credibility to your opinion.

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we also had a full time 'environmental steward', a very senior ranking, retired forest officer, who was with us, throughout the event, and his task was to keep a eagle eye on any environmental outrages, if any and report them to the organizers
Wow, we used to pickup and drop him everyday in the media van. I was not aware of his official role until now.
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