- Jun 11, 2017
I'm glad it's gone, especially after reading about all the cars and people trashing everything. As for putting it in Moab, why? Moab has enough tourist crap already. I lived in Moab for over 10 years and finally sold my house and left when the number of people everywhere became overbearing. It's the last thing Moab needs. And the BLM already said it wasn't theirs to decide what to do with, as it was categorized as private property on public lands and was up to the local sheriff. I applaud those who removed it. It wasn't their responsibility to restore the area, and by removing it they prevented more damage. As for doing it in the dark, why not? Most good monkeywrenching is done in the dark. They probably didn't want their pictures on the front of BBC news (yes, they even covered the story). And whoever installed it did it anonymously, so why should those removing it advertise who they are?