CA Coast Question

Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by TheRoss, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. doxbike

    doxbike Been here awhile

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    Last time we were up there, both gates were wide open-no sign of any guards at either end. It was a little disconcerting, having one of our bases open to ANYONE. Our tax dollars at work?:huh
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  2. High Country Herb

    High Country Herb Adventure Connoiseur

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    Yeah, me too. I think Fort Hunter Liggett is mostly empty land used for training exercises, that's why they allow hunting out there. If they have training going on, they guard the gates to those areas, but you don't always know when that will be. Best to have paperwork in order just in case.

    I believe they always guard the gates leading to the barracks and buildings, though.
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  3. dyvking

    dyvking ahead of his flamin star

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    Cal Trans is working on the slides, and there is 1-lane controlled traffic through the affected areas. So you can get through.
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  4. bdarling

    bdarling Weatherman

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    +1, at least for the speed limit. The gates may be unattended, but my last trip through the base proved that they are very interested in keeping the speeding under control.

    -B
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  5. bashplate

    bashplate ugh

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    Also, you might want to watch for the elk herd on Hunter Ligget. The first time I road it they ran across the road infront of me - very, very beautiful. Another couple of reasons to go slow...
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