Throwing in fire ants and crazy raspberry ants as a bonus.
I don't think you have enough tank stands and artificial erosion gullies made by tanks either. But good to hear you have managed to get those ATVs to do the job, much cheaper than using tanks I suppose.
So, are you saying your mapped area is better than the JWOC terrain, and everyone should head out there, or ?
Jagge, getting the Environmental Impact Statements necessary for some good tank work is hell. But the ATV thing has worked out well--much better than I had dared hope for, in fact. All I had to do was to go to several of the more popular web sites for ATVers and post maps showing this brand new area now officially designated for all types of off-road activities, with special emphasis on mud bogging and upland sage bustin'. Funny enough, rumors of buried treasure have folks out there with picks and shovels, too. The map will age quickly now, but so what--it's all beetle kill anyway.
Coach, this new area is nowhere near as good as the JWOC areas. The only juniper is has is the low growing stuff that reaches up to calf height or so. It can begin to contend with what was seen in Hungary (not that I saw it.) But there is still time, maybe with kudzu, if we can get it established--it grows super fast, it can overwhelm entire cities in a matter of weeks with a little watering now and then.