Arca_ex, on Oct 8 2006, 06:17 PM, said:
Just a quick question. Do you have it taped off or anything? Why would civilians be walking onto the field? (It's in the rules section of the field picture.)
its BLM land Bureau of land managment. public land some people hike on BLM land also if a parent showed up and decided to walk on the field I thought I would put that in there for safety issues I played with the Tunka guys up in Boulder and when we played there were hikers and mountain bikers comming through the field all day so it's just a safty thing.
and yes there is orange surveying tape around the field but its not all continuouse some places its just flagged every 5 or 10 feet. or small flags with wire stuck into the ground. hikers might not know what it is for
rob45, on Oct 10 2006, 09:10 PM, said:
seems great! but 1 question is that road that your elimination zones are on, the same road that the people use to get to that housing complex (or whatever that is)? if you havent already though of that that might be and issue!
i like that ample space for flanking all looks great
yes that is the road to get to the house and its the only house on that road, but the owner of the house usually plays with us so they are aware of the game if they see players they know that they should be carefull. also when we play if people hear a car they know to wait till it passes to continue play. I am thinking about moving the Elimination Zones off the road and onto the field a little bit. just to keep things safe.
This post has been edited by ALIEN PAINTBALL: 14 October 2006 - 08:05 PM