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Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences

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John A.

04-03-2013 22:05:37

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Billy, I have been reading all the responses with great interest. and agree with a great deal of them but it occurred to me if you could fill that 175 ft opening with old One-ways, and plows of various kind, and old grain truck or two and make a fence of hard to move items that would be a way to simply block the access to the 4 wheelers, and they couldn't move them for they are too heavy. That might be and option and give you a reason to hit up every old farm implement yard around, perhaps find a treasure or two. Though my first option is a spike tooth harrow turned upside down in the 4 wheeler tracks.
I usually tend to be more radical on crap like this, but the thought came to me and it might be a way to simply Hem them off your place! Without escalating the problem or direct confrontation, You don't know what kind of Riff-Raff you may lock horns with, or what they are capable of!
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John A.

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Billy NY

04-04-2013 06:29:40

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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to John A., 04-03-2013 22:05:37  
I like that idea, it would be comical to seek out some of this, like you said, might find something good, which usually is the case when I go and buy from someone with a listing on CL, always ask what else they have, and most times its well worth it.

Ironically, I have an old grain truck, but could never do that with it, and 2 old plows, but I use those, they would make nice barriers LOL !

I'll likely make the repair, add what I can to it, see what happens, in addition to placing a well hidden camera, there is no doubt they will come back and at least the fence and what have you will take time to get past if thats what they want, should be able to take a decent photo.

It is true, you may not know if any of them are dangerous, its always in my mind and how I conduct myself, I have to admit, its not common, but it only takes one, often times these kinds of meetings turn into conversation, an understanding that we don't want people on the land, asking for permission or otherwise it might be different, but I tried this before, just let it go, before I knew it I had people doing jumps off the shale hill after 10pm at night, waking me up and having to head off to work early, that kind of activity had to be stopped.

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