Hey Evan, Danny Pinkas here, the confused one. I was a \"guest\" because I'm not from that part of the land and was a bit reluctant to stick my nose into issues that I'm not very sure of. On the other hand, the situation down there seemed a little crazy not to write anything. One day it was o.k to climb at Alpha farms, the next not, and on yet another only if you walked on a certain farmer's land without stepping onto a neighbouring (and surrounding) farm. Now, it appears, there are multiple guide writers working independently of each other and involved in separate negotiations with land owners in the area. I only knew of Scott's work, but I do know Mike Janata and am sure that if they got together the results would be to the benifit of all concerned, not least the climbing community. Hope it all sorts itself out, but from reading between the lines, I sense that some guidance from the local \"wisemen\" is the only way to ensure that, as a community, climbers sing from the same song sheet when dealing with the farmers.
BTW, only the first 2 \"guest\" entries are mine, not the 3rd!