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Posted on November 12 at 4:33 p.m.
I rode my mountain bike down Arroyo Burro a few months back. It was heavily overgrown for a lot of the trail. From the top, the first 1/3 or so was nice wooded singletrack, the next part from the creek up and over to the east was hike a bike up and over numerous fallen trees and thick head high brush. From there it was a loose decent to the fire road and connected back in with Jesusita. The trail was a blast, but would definitely recommend Long pants and long shirt. I should also point out that there were more ticks than i have ever seen on any trail in the county(50+ between 3 people removed from clothing on may down). This may have been the time of year, and the fact not many humans dare to venture up/down this trail.
Total descent was around 2.5hrs but should have been 30-45min if in hikeable/bikeable condition.
On Arroyo Burro Front-Side Trail
Posted on October 8 at 8:51 a.m.
If this guy continues his path of success, in 18months we'll all of a sudden to become happy to take him in as another one of our resident homeless who we will bend down and scrub his feet once a year and provide him with warm meals and a comfy bed.
On Three Hurt In Violent Crash After High Speed Chase
Posted on October 1 at 11:07 p.m.
Now that we have the important issue behind us we can work on less important things like the garbage that is downtown and the infiltration of zombie homeless and gangs. At least i wont see a bag next to the next human turd i see downtown, lol.
On City Council Enacts Plastic Bag Ban
Posted on December 10 at 9:51 a.m.
Terrible News. RIP.
On Edhat Founder Peter Sklar Dies
Posted on September 27 at 5:06 p.m.
Muggy- since your friends dad isn't a bum and has a full time job, he is not out at 6am and posted up at the beach all day...right? This law wont affect him, so don't get so riled up.
On RVs No Longer Welcome on Cabrillo
Posted on April 12 at 2:06 p.m.
How about a no public camping/sleeping policy? I go downtown and along the waterfront and people are sleeping day and night next to buildings and trees, some young some old, some smelly, others not. How is it that if i want to camp, i have to drive 30 minutes and pay near $30, yet these people can camp at the beach whenever they want with no repercussions? We have time and money for herds of police to have crosswalk stings and dui checkpoints, yet no one can tell someone to move along if they are taking advantage of our benches and parks? One man this weekend asked me for money so he "didn't have to steal". That made me feel wonderful after having some items stolen from my car in my driveway, yet having the police tell me they couldn't do anything about it because my doors were unlocked. The sooner people are willing to go out and spend money in SB, the better it will be for our local economy.
On Invest in Santa Barbara Now
Posted on March 16 at 9:21 a.m.
Please let me know your address SezMe. I'll be by later tonight with my 35' RV. Hope you don't mind me running the generator for a bit. Since I obviously can't afford to pay for anything, you will tell the cops it's ok for me to park in front of your house, right? Oh, and the sky is blue thanks to caring individuals such as yourself.
On RV Dwellers Seek to Reopen Lawsuit
Posted on March 15 at 4:35 p.m.
If I want to camp in my RV i have to pay $ to go to a state park or other formal campground. How can these people think it is perfectly fine to treat downtown SB like their own free urban campground? They should have to pay $30 a night like they would if they were camping anywhere else.
Posted on October 29 at 12:24 p.m.
In case everyone is blind, the south portion of elings park is directly across from.....more open space at the wilcox/douglas family preserve. When are the environmentalists going to realize that people don't like birdwatching?
Please tell me what you would be doing in Santa Barbara if you were 7-17 years old. Your average kid would play video games, join a gang, ride bikes(bmx included), skateboard, and surf. I know the more surf/skate/bike we get the better, otherwise all our kids will be fat, or in a gang.
On BMX Move Angers Residents
Posted on October 28 at 11:42 a.m.
I love the pompous nature of these posts. so many of you act like you have never done anything wrong, EVER. And you guys are criticizing people's opinions of these camera's. I'd rather have people run a yellow light, than have some holier-than-thou attitude all the time.
I guess if you stay home 24-7, you can't break the law too often.
On Avoid Ventura
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