To the editor:

If you believe your shock absorbers are not working up to par, there is an easy way to find out. Just travel on Fish and Game Road from Route 9H to Mellenville and you will have your answer. This short stretch of pavement contains more bumps, dips, patches, heaves, holes and troughs than you need to check out those pesky shocks. While usage on the road is high, the neglect is unusually low. By next year I expect to see grass growing in the middle as the road goes back to nature. We can all hope that help arrives soon before this stretch becomes impassable.

Stanley Wilcox

Philmont

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