yeh, if you are coming from 61st, and go down the big clearing area that kind of runs parallel to the main dirt road through there, that is the 3rd gully...yes the big creek is where that stand of trees is in the back of the photo there. I got all turned around and thought that was the way out....I'm pretty sure even if I could have crossed there, I would have found myself in a no-win situation
Originally Posted by BA-XJ
should have called me
lol, I bet your wife would have been as pissed as mine ...It must have been 3 or 4am before I gave up on trying to get myself out
I tried to sleep in the driver seat for a couple hours until daybreak/walkout/sad call to wife...
Jason and I went the next night and had to winch just to get to where it was ....although after that we found a different way in, between the first and second gullies.
It was a serious pull, tied his rear to a tree and snatchblocked my bumper for double-power/half speed.
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Or the wheeling spot?
East Broken Arrow...there are a number of entrances, but the one i am most familiar with is from 61st St South, head north on 209th East Avenue. You can also get in from 51st St South, by heading south on 209th. (209th is 1 mile east from193rd, which is County Line Road if you are an old-timer )
Thanks man! (And ya I meant the wheeling spot btw)
you shall need to like muddy ruts mostly and bugs A lot of winding trails through woods and stuff. Not enough rocky hill climbing for my tastes...
Those gullies can be fun for trying to get up and out of, but they are beginning to get washed/rutted to impossibility, front-locker, longer wheelbase maybe.., or you can also crawl the rocks as you see in the background of that one pic....I had a lot of fun doing that with a spotter, but without a spotter had to winch my *** over them to get out
You will usually find groups of young people partying around a bonfire on the weekend nights at least.
I tend to end up there as it's the last legal place to wheel in the Tulsa area that I know of
But I've regretted the post-wheeling clean-up almost every single time.
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