Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Barack Obama - Agenda 21 - #3832 - National Park Service Restricting Recreational Use of State Parks, Cape Hatteras, California, Florida, etc. - Human Events

COMING TO A BEACH NEAR YOU:  THE SIGN SAYS: LEAVE NO FOOTPRINTS BEHIND. WALK IN WATER WHERE FOOTPRINTS WASH AWAY....WHERE IN THE WORLD WILL WE BE IF OBAMA HAVE 4 MORE YEARS!!!!!
Planning a vacation this summer to Miami’s Biscayne Bay for a little fishing? Think again, because the National Park Service wants to set aside a large swath of the pristine area as a marine reserve zone, so you might have to leave the fishing poles at home. And the boat. Perhaps horseback riding is more your speed and the family plans to ride through California’s Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Parks? Sorry, but all of the permits were pulled for those activities this summer. Or maybe you just want to lounge on the soft sands of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and read a novel, fly a kite with the kids, toss a Frisbee to the dog, and watch dad catch some fish? No, no, no and no. Beachcombers along specific stretches of those legendary shores are seeing signs telling them to leave their kites and pets at home, and to watch where they step. “Leave no footprints behind. Walk in water where footprints wash away,” read the signs posted in February by federal officials. Beaches that once welcomed fisherman to drive up to the water’s edge are also off-limits to the vehicles, and so is fishing......The park service that operates the Cape Hatteras National Seashore pledged to replace them, and the new signs will read: “Walk near water’s edge. Stay below high tide line.” Still not allowed: kites, pets, vehicles, or fishing. Sunbathing is permissible if you don’t mind getting hit by the waves every few minutes. Couch says the restrictions have already proven to be bad for the tourism industry. “These overzealous restrictions have taken a heavy toll on the tackle shop; business is off by 30 and 50 percent. It’s bad,” Couch said.  Read more.........

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