PESO Keep out
jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com
Mon Apr 29 15:54:34 EDT 2019
It depends on the jurisdiction. Yaquina River is in Oregon, so ...
Technically, it should mean the landowner has registered his "No Trespassing"
order for the land with the appropriate local government; usually a County
Sheriff or the Fish, Game & Wildlife department (whoever hunting regulations in
That's rarely actually done. It's just a generic "No Trespassing" sign you can
get for a couple of $$ at the local feed store. The wording is archaic dating
back to legal codes from colonial times.
More fundamentally, it's a legal notice that means you can't sue the landowner
if you trespass on that rickety bridge, fall through and hurt yourself.
On 4/29/2019 01:40:47, mike wilson wrote:
> I've been across worse in Siberia.... Does "Posted" have some legal significance? Seems rather tautological, otherwise.
>> On 28 April 2019 at 22:25 Larry Colen <lrc at red4est.com> wrote:
>> Yesterday we explored Elk City Road, heading up the Yaquina river and
>> found this suspension bridge in a slight state of disprepair
>> Full set:
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