quote:Originally posted by Scottmojowright
Well that makes sense if it's a sheep or pig processing plant. They have to be incredibly sterile. (grew up on a farm) I used to work near a maplelodge chicken plant and it was the same thing, gates and security. Ahhh, now I'm starting to get. The journey of a 1000 miles begins with one step.
Using the word "Pig" in conjunction with the word "sterile" is just so wrong. Actually, sheep and sterile aren't exactly the most comfortable of bedfellows.
I've never had gall (or should that be a 'b'?) enough to go past the sign. As I've said elsewhere, I prefer the canoe route in. There's enough people who go that way; we don't need to give them more access. (By them, I mean people who aren't us. We can go there in flocks and herds; but those others? Keep them out, man.)
If you are going, bring a camera, preferably video camera. If you make it out, you'll have evidence, and if not...ever seen the Blair Witch Project? We'll call it the _Quarry Road Quest_ and make a fistful of money. (By we I mean those of you who actually have the gall (s) to go back there and retrieve the tape, and me, as film editor....)
(DISCLAIMER: I am in no way condoning hikers to trespass on private property. There are enough access issues already. And why would you want to hike that road anyway? The canoe trip into Widgeon Creek is one of the nicest paddles you could ever ask for. If the road past the gate is anything like the road before the gate, it'll be a pretty boring walk.)
I never get lost. It's just that sometimes, I'm not sure where I am.