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post #1 of 44 Old 08-31-2011, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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Good spot off 121(Dallas Area)

Exact spot is 121 and custer, on the southeast corner. There is what I call a Rock Quarry there. Some light trails, and then some tralis that go down into a creek. The creek is limestone so unless you just completely suck balls at driving, you cannot possibly get stuck. Water gets descently deep, and its very fun. here are some pics ive compiled so far of this place.

One of the climbs down into the creek:

Looking down the creek one way:

Driving down the creek:

In the creek:

The creek is pretty slippery for the feet, and i fell and submerged my iphone4 right before this pic, so the rest are slightly hazy lol

It gets deeper then this in a couple spots, but not by much. However if it rains a day prior, it will go up about 2-3 inches

Water up to the nerf bars. Went back a while ago right after it rained, and the water was above my tires

Stupid tree blocking the way. Tried to winch it, but its DEF a huge mother Fer. Pulled my jeep forward obviously. Need a nice diesel to pull it outa the way.


The next few pics are if you go the OTHER way once you climb down into the creek:

This is what happens when you drink a little and the gay guy driving the white jeep is playing spice girls LOL. in all reality hes an awesome guy and one of my really really good friends, so no gay jokes. We all had a good time this night

Pretty neat little waterfall. Yes thats me, Yes im retarded. lol

Here is an example of what it looks like. The water is clear all the way to the bottom until you disturb the bottom. Here we saw a catfish and went after it. Yes we continued on here and kept going. You will scratch the paint on your jeep going this way in the creek.


My name is Nick and I will be going here Saturday night to celebrate the owner of the white jeeps birthday. We plan to go all the way and see where it leads. Will be a good time had by all. We normally meet up at the 7-11 on the SouthWest corner and drive to it from here. There are plenty of tracks from other drivers, and even trail markers. I have no idea if its private, public, or state/govt, and i dont really care. Ill continue to go here for a while. Again my name is Nick and if anyone wants to come out and meet me and my buddy Todd(white jeep) saturday night, let me know. shoot me a txt 214-683-5344

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post #2 of 44 Old 09-01-2011, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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post #3 of 44 Old 09-03-2011, 08:09 PM
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just saw this, or I might have considered it, but now I'm watching LSU-Oregon anyway...
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post #4 of 44 Old 09-03-2011, 09:30 PM
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i hit that trail atleast 4-5 times a month in my WK, been goin there for years.

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post #5 of 44 Old 09-07-2011, 04:50 PM
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Nice spot, checked it out for the first time on Monday.
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post #6 of 44 Old 09-14-2011, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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well ill give everyone an update. i cut the big tree down so you can now go past it. however, right around the corner, the creek splits, and it gets really deep. ive only been able to branch off to the left. it goes on for about a mile, and gets fairly deep and fun, but then there is a couple huge trees in the way, not worth cutting down/away. I plan on going back and attempting to go to the right back upstream where it splits. I norm only go down there at night, but i think ill attempt it during the day. if anyone ever wants to go let me know, ill make a trip out there to wheel with some fellow jeepers
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I'll make it up that way in a few weeks When I get my lift and tires. Looks like a stocker might have some trouble with the water.
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just let me know, text me when you guys are heading out there, i live right down the street. And LJ, i made it through there no problem in my WK with stock height.

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Creekin' in the WK

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post #10 of 44 Old 09-15-2011, 12:10 AM Thread Starter
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Ya if you keep Going it gets a little deeper. See my pics in the original post. It's a fun place. But I've def scratched the **** outa my jeep there lol

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Ya if you keep Going it gets a little deeper. See my pics in the original post. It's a fun place. But I've def scratched the **** outa my jeep there lol
Scratches? Wouldn't be a jeep without scratches! some rubbing compound will take care of that!
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post #12 of 44 Old 09-15-2011, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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I've got scratches, which will come out, and gouges that won't lol. I've been drunk the past three times out there. That doesn't add up for me anymore. No more drinking(excessively) and wheeling!! Lol

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I'm thinking about heading out there today, if anyone is down hit me up 214-436-3269

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I'm thinking about heading out there today, if anyone is down hit me up 214-436-3269
I want to go but idk if I got the time. I might today
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post #15 of 44 Old 09-18-2011, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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I woulda went but ha my engagement party sat night. And she wouldn't let me go after haha

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