Boundaries? We don't need no stinkin' boundaries.
We certainly don't need more proof that the current non-motorized boundary on Tumalo Mountain is ineffective, but on the weekend of February 15th, we got some. The non-motorized section of the bowl was tracked up by the morning. It's one thing to not see the signs, but to drive right past them is another.
Again, the current boundary is hard to enforce and, even if you're not trying to break the law, sometimes hard to find. If we can't more clearly protect the non-motorized terrain, it will literally be overrun, especially if more snowmobiles are added to the Century Drive corridor.