With the coming of warm weather, the Monon Trial is getting a lot of use, some of it by goblins.
H'mm. Guess the criminally-inclined figure they'd better strike now -- 'cos after the first of July, the city prohibition on handgun license-holders carrying in parks gets pre-empted.
(Other changes in Indiana gun laws are already causing official police bedwetting. Dang, wait'll they get to the part about parks!)
Two notes, readers; no, make that three:
1. The trail is officially closed when it is dark. It is not lit. Use at own risk and remember, if crooks don't rob you, the city will ticket and fine you, pretty much robbery with a receipt.
2. Situational awareness! Yes, even at high noon. A park (linear or otherwise) is not your living room.
3. "Always be sure of your target and what is behind it." The trail runs next to people's back yards, okay?
CHICAGO RAILROAD FAIR, 1948
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