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October 2012

UFWDA eNews October 2012
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Headlines
• Have you missed out on registering to vote?
• USFS Roadless Area Rule
• UFWDA Voice September edition
• Gitchee Gumee Revisited 2012
• UFWDA on Facebook
• Land use and UFWDA
• The Environmental Movement Exposed
• Please pass around to everybody you know in Montana

UFWDA held one of its quarterly delegate webinars on the evening of 16 Oct to update delegates about our activities and finances.
These online meetings, while not 'live video', do provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and information during the year. Some of the material in this edition was gleaned from that meeting.
Other sources are newsletters such as the one accessed by this link.
Be warned, the newsletter is 64 pages long! The item that some might find interesting about the management of OHV use in South Africa, is only
4 pages from the start.
A reminder again that the deadline for the January edition of Voice is 30 October. I'm sure that amongst our readers there are plenty who've done some interesting 4x4 touring and shot some good photos over recent times that they might share with others through UFWDA's Voice.
UFWDA is having a growing interest through our page on Facebook and a challenge is to turn that interest into paid memberships. If there's anybody out there who might have advice on how we might achieve that, we'd be pleased to hear from you; heck we could even give you the title of 'vice president'!
Peter Vahry – editor - international vice-president editor@ufwda.org
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Sourced from Pirate 4x4....
There is a reason why various OHV leaders, enthusiasts, and business owners have endorsed TPAC's effort to elect a pro-trail majority to the U.S. Senate and retain the pro-trail majority in the House of Representatives. They want to continue to enjoy motorized recreation on public and private lands.
One long-time political operative in Washington D.C. recently said... "TPAC is a trail-blazer because it is tapping into something powerful by giving the OHV community teeth."
November 6, our future will be decided one way or the other. If you want to change the laws, rules, and regulations that govern motorized recreation on public and private lands --- we must have a net gain of 4 pro-trail senators (3 if Romney/Ryan win) to change the closure paradigm in D.C.
If you don't think regulators are out-of-control... just remember the CPSC "Ban" on youth-sized OHVs.
Also, Mt. Hood National Forest closed 2,300 miles of OHV routes in a single decision. Then we have ongoing issues such as excessive OHV "cost recovery" fees (up to $50K for a single enduro) for permitted events. Federal regulators are now looking at trail closures based on microscopic organisms instead of traditional large "indicator" species such as the Northern Spotted Owl. It won't stop unless WE help stop them.
Our trail majority (if we elect them) have shown they are ready to use their budget, legislative, and oversight authority to rein in unelected federal regulators.
TPAC will continue to send donations to additional key targeted senate races that could help us reach our magic number on Nov. 6 depending on the additional support from you. TPAC is also looking at one or two more key targeted House races to support.
Donate $25, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 up to $5,000 dollars to STOP the assault on family oriented OHV recreation and the vehicles we use.

Here are TPAC's Key Senate races as of October 14, 2012

U.S. Senate
Richard Mourdock (IN-Senate)
Josh Mandel (OH-Senate)
Tommy Thompson (WI-Senate)
Dean Heller (NV - Senate)
Denny Rehberg (MT-Senate)
George Allen (VA- Senate)
Jeff Flake (AZ - Senate)
Heather Wilson (NM-Senate)
Rick Berg (ND-Senate)

Here are TPAC's Key House races as of October 14
U.S. House of Representatives
Andy Barr (KY CD-6)
John Koster (WA CD-1)
Dan Lungren (CA CD-7)
Chip Cravaack (MN CD-8)
Ricky Gill (CA CD-9)
Scott Tipton (CO-CD-3)
Help TPAC take a bite out of ongoing trail closures on Nov. 6.
Thanks for your continued support!
Don Amador, Founder
The Trail PAC
http://www.thetrailpac.com/
UFWDA supports on-going litigation to overturn the USFS Roadless Area Rule and the creation of millions of acres of de facto Wilderness.
For years, UFWDA, other recreational groups, the timber and mining industry, and others have been fighting the implementation of the USFS Roadless Area Rule. In 2001, UFWDA was one of the first, if not the first, plaintiff to bring suit against the Interim Roadless Rule, settling with the Forest Service pretrial to confine the mandates of the interim road building and reconstruction prohibition to very certain and narrow circumstances. In 2002, the Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming enjoined the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule promulgated by then President William Clinton. This suit prohibited the Forest Service from banning road construction and reconstruction in Roadless Areas.
Since 2001, in addition to addition to litigation in 2005, UFWDA has provided formal comments relating to proposed versions of the Roadless Rule focusing in part on our argument that de facto designation of areas of Wilderness through implementation of the rule is a violation of the 1964 Wilderness Act which reserves the authority for designating Wilderness solely to Congress.
In June of this year, the Colorado Mining Association and the State of Wyoming petitioned the US Supreme Court to review a decision of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals which reinstated the rule from 2001. Prior to the ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, the US District Court of Wyoming had determined the Roadless Rule violated the law.
UFWDA has committed financial support to the Colorado Mining Association in its petition to the US Supreme Court. “If the high court decides to hear this case the outcome will be of monumental importance, regardless of how the court rules”, stated Carla Boucher, nationally recognized attorney for UFWDA. If the court determines the USFS exceeded its executive branch authority by usurping Congress’ exclusive authority to designate wilderness as reserved to it under the Wilderness Act, it will change the way all federal land management agencies “protect” roadless areas and Wilderness Study Areas.
Carla Boucher
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The current 'Voice' edition can be found online from www.ufwda.org and then clicking on the image of the Voice cover (or simply by clicking on this image).
The deadline for photos and articles for the December edition is October 30 2012, so gather up those pictures and stories of your four wheeling and send them to editor@ufwda.org promptly please.
For those of us who live in the northeast, fall has to be one of the most majestic and colorful times of the year, despite the fact that Old Man Winter is right around the corner. Fall colors peak late September and early October for the twin cities of Sault Saint Marie, Ontario, Canada and Sault Saint Marie, Michigan. Our trail ride takes place on the Canadian side of the ‘Big Lake’ Superior in the Algoma Canyon region of Ontario.
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Gitchee Gumee Revisited 2012
UFWDA Voice September edition
Ontario Canada is blessed with sparsely populated Crown Land, our version of BLM or USFS.
Much of this land is still being utilized for its abundant forests that seem to stretch on forever.
Ontario is also ‘friendly’ to the recreational community as ATV’s and small 4 wheelers are licensable and are allowed to travel most any Crown Land road and run adjacent to the main highways which double as the snowmobile route in the winter.
The down side has got to be the fuel costs at $1.38 a liter. Multiple by 4 and round up a bit to compensate for the Imperial Gallon to U.S. difference and then round up a bit more to compensate for the exchange rate. When you done you’re hovering neat $5.50 a gallon! OUCH! But we keep coming back because of the fantastic
scenery and vast miles and miles of trails to explore.
I’ve made no bones about my preference to exploring rather than the ORV Parks of today that have become Protecting, Promoting and Providing 4x4 Opportunities Worldwide so popular with much of the younger crowd. I’m a firm believe that many of the younger generation never experienced the thrill of exploring and simply do not realize what they are missing. The great part about the group we had coming, was that besides myself, only two others had been here before.
This year’s event is supposed to be a precursor to a Great Lakes 4WD Association event planned for September 2013. Our goal was to explore as many new key trails as possible.

An open invitation went out in March of this year with a dozen or so brave souls ready to sign up for a pure exploration trip. This was NOT an event, but rather an exploration trip with a few assurances of some sights they would see.
When the time came to pack or stay home we had 8 willing souls that would line up between Whiterhino (Jim Kitson) and KB8YMF (myself). The ‘Jim’s as we would be referred to throughout the weekend. Jim and I had been to Canada for many years and had many proven trails under our belt. However this year we were venturing further north to rerun a trail that had only been run in the winter months previously. We were unsure what the ground might be like when it wasn’t frozen.
According to the topo’s we were skirting pretty close to a lake and with all the peat bogs in Canada there was no telling what we might encounter. The route also had bits and pieces that I had run over 30 years prior and there was no telling if any of these trails still existed.
Our group consisted of YJ’s, TJ’s, JK’s and one lost soul in a Tracker, yours truly. Our Friday trip consisted of a run up 38 road all the way to the Algoma Central Railway tracks and then west to the Montreal River Trestle Bridge and then return home in the same day. Rough calculations put this trip at 150 miles so if you had a gas guzzler you were packing 5 to 10 gallons so you didn’t become known as ‘that guy’. At a minimum we were 70 to 80 miles straight into the Canadian Bush. Cells phones here relegate to the glove box or left at home as cell service is non-existent. Ham radio is THE mode of communication. While I had my HF rig at camp I decided to leave it at the Motorhome in favor of what I knew as a viable communication link in the bush. What is not very well known is
that the OPP, The Ontario Provincial Police monitor the Amateur radio 146.52 frequency, the equivalent to the old CB channel 9.
The group trickled in all afternoon Thursday and in the night. 4:00 AM the next morning to be more precise. As Friday morning broke, everyone was excited and getting two hours sleep was soon forgotten as the group gathered on the Blueberry Hill campground entrance road for the 8:00 AM departure.
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Lunches packed, gas tanks full, a bright beautiful sunrise coming up, not a cloud in the sky, temps in the low 70’s forecasted and the best part of all, the colors were 99.99% peak. We couldn’t have picked a better weekend.
I’ll let all of you drool over the pictures as I finish the story in the upcoming edition of the VOICE. I’ll talk about the plans that didn’t go as well as we had hoped. I’ll also tell you about the gamble that paid off. We’ll also explore the old Tribag Copper mine, the Batchawana Falls, and we’ll show you pictures of the Whiskey Jack ‘food thief’ that entertained us on our break. Stay tuned for one of the best trail rides I’ve been on in years.

Jim – kb 8 y m f

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UFWDA has a strong legacy of land use advocacy for OHV recreation and even though currently without a dedicated land use director, we endeavour to highlight activities that threaten our recreation. At present most of our updates come via the US federal register that's monitored daily, along with monitoring sites like Pirate 4x4.
Where do you find this information.... UFWDA put it on our 'forum' under relevant state names. The items listed below are ones that have been posted on http://www.ufwda.org/smf/index.php in the month since the September eNews was published.
Eldorado Travel Management supplement proposal Prescott National Forest Draft Forest Plan and EIS
Legal action seeks to restrict off-road vehicles in Tahoe National Forest
Proposed Threatened Status for Coral Pink Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle
California AB 1266 eases OHV regulations
Plan to let vehicles off-road in Kaibab forest upsets environmentalists
RMP Amendment for the Southern Diablo Mountain Range etc
The majority you will notice are in the west, which is because that's where the bulk of federal lands lie. (the federal register remember). That's not to say that easterners can ignore them, as any restriction anywhere has consequences to four wheeling. That's why UFWDA would dearly like someone with enthusiasm and time, to step up and fill the role for us and allow UFWDA to cover land use matters even more effectively. Talk to us, contact president@ufwda.org Join a Montanan in this effort: AXED - The End of Green - a film by J.D. King
I am excited to support J.D. King from Billings, MT (Molt) producer of the documentary CRY WOLF in his next venture. He is engaged in a project to expose the dark side of the Green or Environmental movement. The title of his work will be AXED and there is a subtle twist here to cover his real agenda from the Progressives. In the link below you will find details and a trailer. This will be one of the most important projects in the conservative camp in this next year. He is seeking funding for this project, please seriously consider a pledge for this effort.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jking/axed
With our encouragement,
Dick Pence - Big Sky Worldview Forum
We are on full scale offence, so please help where you can on this project.
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The Environmental Movement Exposed
Please watch Cry Wolf to see how good his documentaries are! http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=brk0mas6bUM
Ed Melcher M 4x4 A
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Let them know that Senator Tester’s Bill will lock you and your family out of the woods! We are losing hunting and fishing and 4x4 opportunities and many, many more outdoor activities. Please help by joining FFOR and save public access for all of Montana. Please look at the ad we have and call Tester and say stop the special interest groups agenda. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh7WRaay ... ontext-cha
Thanks
Ed Melcher
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S268 is illegal and violates several federal laws and the 5th and 10th Amendments to our U.S.
Constitution. S 268 violates the 1964 Wilderness Act by not identifying and inventorying all private inholdings
and precious mineral reserves prior to wilderness designation. Senator Tester has repeatedly
refused to complete these inventories.
S 268 will put our national security at risk by locking away our reserves of precious minerals vital to our national defence. In the dark of night, after the Senate adjourned for fall recess, Senator Tester inserted S 268 into an Interior Department appropriations bill. This appropriations bill will also increase grazing fees on public lands and increase funding for EPA inspections of private property and companies. We can thank this low life Senator for his actions by NOT VOTING FOR HIM and send him back to Big Sandy where he can spend the rest of his days on his government subsidized farm collecting his big Senate retirement check, all on our dime.
The Senator's actions of pushing this bill are not about what is good for Montana, but only a payback to his environmental friends who contributed heavily to his campaign. And for all those ads that Senator Tester is running claiming this bill was a collaborative effort and widely supported consider this fact, S 268 was written behind closed doors by Trout Unlimited and the National Wildlife Federation, both of which want nothing more than to remove people from the land and take control of your private property.
These are the people Senator Tester is listening to.
If you care about Montana and the future of our children and grandchildren, DO NOT VOTE FOR TESTER and call as many Representatives and Senators in Washington D.C. today and beg them to remove S 268 from the Interior appropriations bill. Call the D.C. switchboard at 202-224-3121. They will
connect you to any of the House or Senate members. Please do it today!
Information on Wilderness and what it is about!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEF8frS7LWs
2nd part of Wilderness information
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYsMBT7FCFA

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Postby TxPlates » Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:44 pm

Pretty soon we'll have no rights what's so ever. Curfews being at 6pm....get ready!
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Happy New Year

Welcome to our monthly news update.
To read your January edition of the UFWDA eNews

Headlines

Gunnison Sage-Grouse
UFWDA 2013 AGM dates announced
Tradition continues for TDS Desert Safari
You could win a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK8

UFWDA Voice was published in December
Business members of UFWDA
PA Jeeps 2013
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Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival

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I actually got an e-mail this morning with this updated newsletter.
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Well that's good news.
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I also received an email

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Excellent. Now if they'd just send out our member packets (assuming they have some) and get our site listed on website.
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Triple E wrote:Excellent. Now if they'd just send out our member packets (assuming they have some) and get our site listed on website.


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April eNews

On page 7, you'll notice the addition of a certain badass group added to their 'organisations' [sic] list.

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Score!!!

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That only took what a year?
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Postby TxPlates » Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:40 am

The online access to meetings would definitely benefit this group to participate. Randall did you send in any photos of your rig?
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I did not.
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