Popping bubbles...
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Here we are getting ready to close Moab for another winter. And get ready for another Easter Jeep Safari.

Here is where I make my point: Some want to limit the number of jeeps that can join in the Jeep Safari. And here is when I say, “You can’t fix stupid.”

To understand my point one must think. I know – popping bubbles and raining on the parade is such a bummer.

If there is a cap placed on the Jeep Safari, then there will be more, not less, unsupervised off road vehicles tearing up the land. So, it would seem to me that the safari needs to get bigger, with more trails, not capped and accompanied with road closures. I think that is the best course of action.

Just my view, I hope eyes and mind are open.

—Danny Cleaveland


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