Save The Trail !
This is so pretty and is really cool too!
There are field everywhere. You are allowed to walk around on them and get in the lake.You can use kayaks and boats. You can also go fishing.
This is what the bridge looks like and It is SO cool. Trust me, the view is amazing.
Part of the trail will be gone.
The endangered Jollyville Plateau Salamander
There is an endangered salamander called the Jollyville plateau salamander.
Save the Trail!
All the plants would have to be cleared and it would be...BLEH!
* The measuring tool I am using is Meghanasri *
~They are going to clear about the same amount of land as 2933 Meghanasri's.
(1 Meghanasri = 54 inches).
158400 inches ( 2.5 miles ) divided by 54 inches ( one Meghanasri ) = about 2933
158,400/ m = 2933
m = 54
~ The entire connected trail is 15 miles or 17600 Meghanasri's.
950400 inches ( 15 miles ) divided by 54 inches ( one Meghanasri ) = about 17600
950400/ m = 17600
m = 54
~ 13,200 x 100 = a
a = 1,320,000
Vegetation Loss = 1,320,000 sq. ft.
~Height of the towers
1680 in divided by 54 ( 1 Meghanasri ) = about 31
1680 / 54 = h
h = 31
- I think they should put the transition lines on Ronald Reagan Blvd, 1431,then on 35. I think it is the best route because it is away from houses and the trail. It will save the trail and it will also make sure the front lawns of houses aren't bare and ugly.
** I think Ronald Reagan Blvd, 1431,then on 35 is the best route **
- Length of my route (miles) - About 14.3 miles
(I couldn't get the route to show up on the picture but I know what my route is.)