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Unread 09-30-2009, 12:57 PM   #1
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Wharton Sat Oct 3rd

Any takers?
I'm going with 2 other vehicles just to explore, collect some mud, etc.
My Jeep, a stock Sequoia, and a stock F150.

I don't know the area, just relying on GPS to plot a path to keep from getting too lost.

We'll be meeting up in Pennsauken, but if someone is willing to be a guide, we can meet at the Ranger Station.

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Unread 09-30-2009, 02:09 PM   #2
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is this place any fun?
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I've only been there twice... by myself.
I found some mud holes and sugar-sandy trails galore through some of the densest forest in the area.
It's great, but I'm sure it's AWESOME if you have someone with you that knows what's around.

It's a state forest that covers a LARGE area.
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Unread 09-30-2009, 08:43 PM   #4
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I've only been there twice... by myself.
I found some mud holes and sugar-sandy trails galore through some of the densest forest in the area.
It's great, but I'm sure it's AWESOME if you have someone with you that knows what's around.

It's a state forest that covers a LARGE area.
I guess what I meant was are there any real obstacles besides mud pits?
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I guess what I meant was are there any real obstacles besides mud pits?
Sand, mud, large water holes, tight turns

Thats it really, no rocks down south.
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Sand, mud, large water holes, tight turns

Thats it really, no rocks down south.
I'd be just fine if I never see rocks in my jeep - I like wooded valleys, ruts, downed trees to crawl over, tight off camber situations, that kind of stuff. It doesn't look like Wharton has that but I'm just wondering if it's hidden somewhere that people don't take pictures of.
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I'd be just fine if I never see rocks in my jeep - I like wooded valleys, ruts, downed trees to crawl over, tight off camber situations, that kind of stuff. It doesn't look like Wharton has that but I'm just wondering if it's hidden somewhere that people don't take pictures of.
Ive seen some downed trees, there are off camber situations but you never know where they are( you are driving through a puddle and one end of your jeep will just drop a couple feet if you find the right holes) never happened to me but i have seen other jeeps in the pines. I am looking to go over christmas vacation sometime around the 28th. It is fun when there is ice down there.
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