by Lin Stone
If you read the ATV magazines and study the
ads in those magazines you know that some people just HAVE to take their
quads flying over hills and down dales and they'll go a hundred miles to
find a mud hole to splash in. Their quads give them the raging excitement of
doing the Whoops on a sunny Saturday.|
That's okay. We are different but we can understand their fascination with speed, gravity defiance and sliding around sand-strewn curves. Yeah, we were young at one time ourselves.
However, quads are ALSO good for SLOW travel, LONG LOOKS, and DEEP
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Farmers don't have to pop a wheelie on their quads to feel like they are
getting something out of their investments. They can throw their shovel in
the back and go putt-putting down the turnrow to see how the water is going.
No farmer can pass near his rice or his beans -- no, no, not even his okra
-- without slowing down to let his eye linger over the progress God is producing in his
fields. A little speed? Sure! But his eyes are on the fields, not peering
anxiously ahead for some silly whoop to whop.
Instead of using the throttle to make the wind hit their faces, they can SLOWLY turn their noses to sniff out the wind from the mountains whence it comes so naturally. Instead of ripping their way through the brush and sending birds and animals scurrying for their lives, the gentle birding enthusiast (and nature lovers too) can meet the wilderness on its own terms. A good pair of binoculars will bring the mountains up close, and show the meadow larks playing in the meadow. Why, they even have time to tilt back their heads and gaze up into the sky to see any full grown eagles passing by.
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Sure, your birding enthusiast can stay in town and count pigeon toes, or
sneak out into the back yard and build a solemn retreat where birds almost
tame can be suckered in to strut in peace. But you know as well as I do that the real thrill
of birding is seeing birds up close and personal in the wild. How many Ivory
Billed Woodpecker are going to be found scrounging for popcorn amongst the
pigeons? It is an irrefutable fact that these birds prefer not to dent their
ivory bills on a concrete post. Far from the haunts of screeching brakes and
squealing tires the wild bird is wont to peck.|
Quads can get you there and make the journey more fun. Why walk one mile to see a single bird when you can hop on your quad and find that wilderness terrain where you can see hundreds? Take time out along the way to count the flowers and and note the curious mushrooms too. Breathe deep, drive slow, and enjoy nature as you go.
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About the author: Independently less than wealthy, Lin Stone is an author, writer and photographer 3262 Watergate Road
Clinton, Arkansas 72031 His writing has appeared in almost one hundred national magazines and Browzer Books has published seven of his books so far with more in the works. He writes about anything from the waterfowl of Arkansas to the Monsters of Moab. Robbers Cave is probably his favorite resort. The article has dozens of terrific photos illustrating the action and terrain.