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News.bytesNews.bytes Extra, issue 356


Kiosk Dedication at Superstition Mountain

The San Diego 4 Wheelers and the BLM dedicated an information kiosk at the Superstition Mountain Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area on Oct. 25.  The 4 Wheelers had donated $5,000  to the El Centro Field Office for the kiosk after receiving a grant from BFGoodrich® Tires “to preserve the scenic trails and continue conservation efforts for one of America’s picture-perfect areas for off-roading – the Black Cat trail on the northern side of the sandy hills of Superstition Mountain in eastern San Diego County.”

Members of the San Diego 4 Wheelers stand in front of the Black Cat trail kiosk at the dedication
Members of the San Diego 4 Wheelers stand in front of the Black Cat trail kiosk at the dedication

One of the largest and oldest 4-WD vehicle clubs in Southern California, the club “promotes and participates in safe and responsible off-highway four-wheel drive activities and educates the public on proper use and conservation of the land.”

A wider view shows members' off-road vehicles lined up behind them for the group portrait:
A wider view of the group shows their OHVs lined up neatly behind them


BLM-California News.bytes, issue 356


 
Last updated: 11-05-2008