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MikeA wrote: »
I see your point but I can't tell you how many great destinations that I've seen get "loved to death" because of overexposure.
tim_s wrote: »
on a somber note, jack hanley passed away
EdB wrote: »
I met Jack at the GOTC at Roscoe N.Y. We kidded about Technocracy, he was a good and kind man.
breamfisher wrote: »
That's driven by needing to make the spot profitable over it needing to be kept pristine. When you subcontract management of common resources to a company whose entire motive is generating profit, more people will be let in to make more dollars.
It comes down, in part, to a question of do I want this property to be preserved, or generate some money. There is a middle ground, but it's not often achieved because folks choose only one or another option.
Buffco wrote: »
All the recent news about the various clear water springs in Florida and the massive amount of people going every single day came to mind. We took the kids to Weeki Watchie last summer so I could see the mermaids.
There was a sign noting that the park would close once they reached a certain amount of visitors so there was a rush to get there early.
Itchitucknee isn't what it once was.
ricinus wrote: »
I'll bet tequila, salt and lime would work..
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