Tim Sherman of Cub Hill writes: I fish at several locations in lower Gunpowder Falls State Park. It appears that anti-erosion measures have been taken to curb rain runoff near the parking area at Harford Road. I understand and applaud the effort. However, the conservation effort has made parking very dangerous. The width of the parking lot is so narrow that if you turn to back in, you have to go across two travel lanes. If you pull in, you have to back out into travel lanes. Anyone with a large SUV or extend cab pickup can forget about parking there. And cars will have a hard time seeing around larger vehicles and drivers will have to guess if there is traffic coming down the hill on Harford Road. Even with a mid-size SUV, I experienced this last scenario. Is there someone at DNR who can address this conservation vs. public safety issue and make parking safe once again?