A dog digging a hole in a sand track = okay
Attaching a control plate to something = not okay
Maybe the tourists were all up there taking photos of the fog.
Kind of like the wealth of motorbike tracks through the area on Sunday. Craig said he saw motor bikes while out on course. Yet the same area is too precious to let us use as an assembly area.
Yeah there were four of them up around our CP 10-12 when I was there. One of them apologised for being in my way (they were taking their time going down the rutted track and I had to run around them)! Makes me wonder what Water Corp is trying to protect from a bunch of people running around once during the year versus trail bike riders every weekend making new tracks through the bush that seem perfectly okay channeling the water flow.
There's a park I do intervals in which is supposedly an on-leash area. I entertain myself each session by tracking the on-leash compliance rate: it's yet to reach 50% once and has been in single digits on numerous occasions.
Edmund thought the funniest bit was the 4 utes with double that in trail bikes parked at or directly under the shiny water corp signs saying "No" to everything (just after turning right off the bitumen onto gravel)... He's 8 and gets the ridiculousness!
BTW, I'd be grumpy at that lady too Rach... and stop sounding like Jen so much!!!
If there's one thing I've learned from Jen, it's that you should NEVER admit that John is right about something.
Cheers Paul. Hey, Rach must have been out early in Kings Park today, big signs up in several places thanking people for keeping their dogs on leads. (with the wrongly spelt 'thankyou' of course, probably don't really mean it).
Juffy, Jen stated very clearly the other day, and I quote, "I really hate to admit this, but you were right."
She is gradually developing an addiction to Zwift. 90mins last night?!?!
Can you lend us a few of those signs?