Western Treatment Plant muddy tracks

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Subject: Western Treatment Plant muddy tracks
From: Mark Stanley <>
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2013 15:54:48 +1000
It has been recommended on a previous post not to use 2WD on many of the
tracks at the WTP due to them being wet. Some of the tracks advise dry
weather only (not that this appears to stop some rising to the
challenge) but I think we should avoid using any track which might require
4WD in the wet, sign-posted or not. Also go easy on the other tracks,
whether in 2WD or 4WD as they do cut up and eventually require regrading.
This obviously adds to the cost of managing the plant and some day someone
might suggest an easy way of reducing costs - "ban those pesky birders and
their churning 4WDs....."

Besides which, you see much more travelling slowly.

Mark Stanley

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