ha-ha-guy: noitsnot: The snowmobiler booby trapping that people used to do was pretty creepy. You'd see the chains strung between trees, so it wasn't just stories.I have to admit, I've considered it. I only have 7 acres and I don't depend on it to make money, like the farmers to, but it pisses me off when my land is destroyed by clowns on 4 wheelers or snowmobiles./I've opted to pile my brush at seemingly random but very strategic points on the edge of my property//all you can get rose bushes fairly cheap at Home Depot if you don't mind semi scrawny ones, not much for flowering but they grow well and have thorns
mikefinch: Im not sure why some of you guys have such beefs with snowmobilers. We didnt have 7 or 8 acres. We have about 800 acres -- In rural Canada where almost every single house has at least one skidoo. I have seen people drive into town on their skidoo for groceries.The only time it was ever a problem was when it was a poker rally and 500 some people would show up to run their sleds on a course. With ATVs the common courtesy is to drive around the edge of crops but by time enough snow has fallen for sleds to run the ground is frozen solid and damage is pretty minimal.98K514: We've only got an acre and a half and I've considered it. Winter is also known as Asshole Season at our house.Are you kidding? You have a yard thats barely 100 yards by 100 yards and somehow you have enough of a problem with skidooers to call it asshole season? Either they are building a road right in front of your house or you are exaggerating.Honest to god the only time people were pissed about sledders on their land was when they wanted to hold a rally on part of it.
thenumber5: ya not every one is a farm kid who grew up climbing around barnsthe property owner basically set up a "PitFall" then told no one he was covering large holes with hay
noitsnot: The snowmobiler booby trapping that people used to do was pretty creepy. You'd see the chains strung between trees, so it wasn't just stories.
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