post #1 of Old 05-30-2011, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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Group Get Together Idea

Though it is not well known, there is an animal safari type place here in Western NY where you typically ride on a hay wagon behind a tractor past all the animals.

Although I have not approached the owner with the idea, I am wondering if people would want to bring their jeeps and ride the trails if the management would allow it. They have a great restaurant and it would be fun for all ages.

IF there is enough interest, I will approach the owner and see if it is even a possibility.

Note that we are not talking about monkeys and elephants here. We are talking llamas, buffalos, zebras, ostriches and other grass-eating animals.

This is just an idea to see if we can get people together. Let me know what you think. The location is midway between Rochester and Buffalo.


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Tim C.
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post #2 of Old 07-07-2011, 09:19 PM
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Tim ,,
Fyi - we are hosting an off-road Jeep event here in our park (www.pennscave.com) this late fall 2011. It will be the weekend of:
11/4-6/2011. We have donated the use of our 35 miles of private mountain off-road trails for this event. Also,, part of the registration fee's will be going to the www.wildlifeforeveryone.org foundation ... a great cause = "wildlife & the environment". We are currently in the process of assembling an event team. Registration will open sometime in August for this event. Look for event info. in the Northeast post area of this forum. It will be listed either as "No Roads Necessary", etc. - or- as
"The Howling Wolf Mountain Run - 2011" at Penn's Cave, PA ~~~

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post #3 of Old 07-09-2011, 06:51 PM
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ps. Also ,, this will be a great event to attend even if you do not like to take your rig off-road. Convoy in with your jeep & family ... there will be a designated area (to park) for anyone who is not going out on the trails. Additionally ,, there is a semi off-road (gravel roads) beautiful scenic tour route through through a local state park that folks could go out on, too - (opposed to heading out on the "Howling Wolf" mountain off-road trails) ,, etc. ~~~
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