Originally Posted by CCDeSpira
So good luck, fellas. You'll need it.
You had a great opportunity to have your passion for this land heard, understood and possibly supported. I am sorry to see you that squandered it.
I can think of about 10 different ways you might have delivered the same info and in response you might have received support for what you are trying to accomplish with the land in question.
This community is open and accepting of new info about a piece of land we think "might" be a good place for a course even if that info is some one telling us "Nope this not a good place for course, and here are some excellent reasons why."
But to be scolded, stereotyped and generally flamed is no way to do that, well no way if you want to be actually heard and supported.