Re: Legalized euthanasia- Good or Bad?Feb 8th, 2015
You need the map program but it is where it crosses the Cutbank River there is a skinny pit there too
In theory the body could be left to the site if it came from a long ways off. If mass starvation is facing the planet I doubt the 'whee factory' will be much of a hit.
It's still big enough and remote enough that it would qualify for growing hemp and no fencing would be needed, lots of custom dozer work available though. The first area and the one when you jump across the Smokey are similar in design. The one on the other side is over a sand/gravel pit that is huge in area but only averages out to be 1 meter or less in depth. That is perfect as all you want to do is move it around inside a border so it suits your needs. Moving is an improvement so you can tax all of that in while you make a lot of all weather packed sand trails through a variety of trails over land. The ones that want to do the 10k on water can use the cat to peel back the moss during a frosty winter and the boaters will figure out the rest. A swamp trail is wave proof also as the moss stops the the 60mph wind from causing a ripple if it is a cross wind. Some of the better sites are also 'islands' of various sizes. Winter is the time to move in the heavy stuff and then the roads are high speed, just slippery.
This exile stuff isn't as bad as it's made out to be.