The roads north of the bridge are fairly decent right now. Don't know what it will be like when the rains start. The government fixed them in some places and not at others.
For instance, from around the corner from the Palapa Bar there is a straight stretch that used to be about three lakes. I could not take my electric golf cart through after a rain. Now it is a gentle down slope to in front of my place.
The straight-away is 525 long. Guys driving some of the ATVs, Rangers, 4-wheelers etc. think this is Indianapolis and like to travel wide open.
The dust created is terrible and others on the road have to cover their nose and mouth.
Mostly the dust goes towards the lagoon so Jim Zycan's house gets blanketed. Also there are way too many people - not all tourists either - letting children drive golf carts though here. I truly worry about their safety.
Jim put a couple of ropes and signs up and these guys took delight flying over them. Last week he put in a speed bump. Traffic and other town officials came out and said it was OK. The only change he had to make was raising the signs.
There have been some very nasty people up here.
Here we are in paradise and people pack around a lot of anger. Go figure.
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