The original posters have now expanded this beyond a local issue. Its not unreasonable to give reasons not to send international support IMO. Plus do you really want a bunch of international kiteboarders writing in demanding beach access rights? It might not help the local cause at all really.toddjb123 wrote:Don't muddy the waters with your other agendas. Keep that for your own local beaches, let the people of Hatteras manage theirs.
YES! YES! YES! I couldn't agree more completely. All the handicapped grammas with average means who want to go to the beach shouldn't have to climb into their 4x4 and roll on out into the wilderness just to work on their sunburn.Hey, instead of fighting for 4x4 access to bird nesting areas in a Federal Nature Preserve, why don't you guys start fighting the "Richie Riches" for access everywhere else?
dont think he has been "taken in by a ruse", that looks like cape point on almost any weekend, its just gotten out of control. crazy.BWD wrote:
Jake: You have been for the most part taken in by a ruse!
That picture of all the trucks at the inlet is gross. But on the other side of the inlet, no trucks! Picture doesn't show that....
It is just not representative, but put up for shock value. Normally you see no vehicles most places, or maybe 1 or 2 spread over a few miles. That inlet is the only place in 50 miles that gets like that.
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