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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: hippie] #6767899
02/12/20 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by hippie
. . You think we don't have railroad tracks along every river here? Lol

I live and trap along a river that has tracks along its entire length!

We're not ignorant about what were talking about.


So what have YOU done to change that situation?


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767901
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I got no problem with it, it's private land.

Now, answer my question I posed several times.....

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767904
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I'll educate your trappers how to access your public land.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767905
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Nice pic Dirt. Now hold that thought til Friday morning.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767906
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I looked like that a time of two. Sleet hitting your frozen stiff cheeks hurt the worst!

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: hippie] #6767909
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Originally Posted by hippie
I got no problem with it, it's private land.

Now, answer my question I posed several times.....


Just because you've given up doesn't mean the rest of us should too.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767912
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And it appears since you won't say you'll allow the public to cross your land, you just wanna take, not give.

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767917
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Not the same, and you know it. So you've given up and continue to champion the cause of the railroad. Not my style.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767919
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Either you respect private land or you do not.

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767920
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Lol

At least you admit you value your rights more than someone elses.

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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: hippie] #6767929
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Originally Posted by hippie
So if you owned land between the public and public land, your be ok with anyone crossing you?


If there was already an easement in place, then I have no problem with folk crossing between the two assuming they use the existing easement. I knew that going in. See that is the point you completely disregard.

The railroad cuddled up to government officials to eliminate that easement.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767934
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Was this after a huge lawsuit?

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767937
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When your grandkids someday ask you why you can't cross the tracks to set up that 'rat hut over there, be sure to share with them what YOU DID NOT DO to help change the law. Then tell them it's easier to be like sheep and not cause any problems for the sake of change.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767944
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Ours went no trespassing for liability reasons, same as yours did. That's also the reason a lot of people won't allow you to hunt their land.

Whiney panty waisted people who don't take responsibility for their own stupidness is why this stuff happens.

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767948
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Hippie WI is a little different. We protect our landowners with immunity that allow hunting/fishing on their land. https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/895/II/52


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767950
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Wisconsin has laws protecting landowners if someone gets hurt while recreating on their land. Pennsylvania doesn't? Can you guys hunt on Sunday yet?

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6767953
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There is a difference between cuddling and negotiating. The government wanted the railroads to open up the West and improve interstate commerce and so did the people.

I don't know how a stroke of a pen can take a private property owners rights in a free society without compensating the property owner.


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Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: tlguy] #6767958
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Originally Posted by tlguy
Wisconsin has laws protecting landowners if someone gets hurt while recreating on their land. Pennsylvania doesn't? Can you guys hunt on Sunday yet?


Nope, that's why they call it tresspassing. Then they're covered. There might be for hunting, not sure but you need permission.

All I have to say is, if you think it's alright to take the railroads rights away, don't be whining if it's your rights next.

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6768419
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Maybe we should have a RR track the length of our southern boarder and let the RR handle the illegal aliens when they cross the tracks.

Re: Crossing railroad tracks to access public lands [Re: Muskrat] #6768434
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You can value private property rights while promoting common sense... Or atleast some people can.

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