I was recently invited to join Bob Milford, manager of the prestigious Diamond W Ranch, on a drive-around tour of the place. It's a huge, private ranch, with tiny ex-logging roads winding around through 13,000 acres of pine trees and rocks. A real paradise.
But I was horrified to see wooden street signs nailed to trees wherever two of these old logging trails came together.
"Oh no," I said, out loud.
"What's the matter?" Bob asked.
"I see you're planning a subdivision here."