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    On Green Bags and the contents

    I'm convinced after seeing green bag after green bag littering the sides of the trails for the last several years that the system has failed. Pet owners appear all to eager to pick up their dog's tootsie rolls, but not willing to take them to the proper disposal area...their own garbage pail. I've seen green bags covered with snow, as if the owner really thought the snow would not melt. Or hidden under sagebrush...from who? It is simply not fair to the many volunteers that pick up someone else's green bags.

    I suggest providing "flick-a-sticks". If a pet owner's dog takes a dump on the trail, simply take out the "flick-a-stick" and let the owner flick the tootsie roll off the side of the trail. If they can't find a "flick-a-stick" then encourage the pet owner to flick the tootsie roll off the trail with a piece of sagebrush...there is plenty of it nearby. If the dog takes a dump off the side of the trail, give the dog a treat.

    Keep on ridin'

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    Got em already but the're heavy in the hydration pack
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    corner pocket...

    My vote is for the portable pool stick (left handed of course). It would make a good poop flicker to a corner pocket somewhere....just sayin'
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    we just need Carl to do nightly sweeps when he files his trail reports...

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    Nah, dog owners should be required to bring along a cat. Then the dog can poop and the cat can eat it.

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