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post #271 of 3498 Old 03-07-2006, 10:43 PM
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Ya there are alot of interesting things near astoria. I grew up there, and one time while out by Camp Rilea we came across there training village it was a town block long of buildings with empty .223 blank casings all over the place.
Were the buidlings most wood or concrete block at the time? While in the gaurd we rebuilt most of that "town" in block. I think they actually call it "Millersburg", your typical MOUT training site.

I got my cherokee stuck a time or two down there while on my guard weekends.


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I found a very small house with asian writing on a sign next to it. A burnt chair was placed out front with the remaining padding all sliced up. I will get some pics soon. I have also recently found a bunch of trails near my house called the Snake Pits. There are old car and a washing machine. I'm still exploring this new area and will take many pics.

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While my wife and I were wheeling in Tillamook State Forest in Oregon she saw this old tree. Interesting what it looks like. What do you think?
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While my wife and I were wheeling in Tillamook State Forest in Oregon she saw this old tree. Interesting what it looks like. What do you think?
I see a face in the burn knot.. Interesting. Any idea what trail that was on? I'm going to keep my eyes open now.

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I see a face in the burn knot.. Interesting. Any idea what trail that was on? I'm going to keep my eyes open now.
yea i see the face too! a ladys face w/ big lips looking down at the bottom right on the screen
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post #278 of 3498 Old 03-09-2006, 08:20 AM
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i wonder what the heck those things are.... anyone?





It looks like two drums/rollers from some kind of pulp or paper mill.

and the charlie brown headstone.........well I guess it's charlie brown
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I see a face in the burn knot.. Interesting. Any idea what trail that was on? I'm going to keep my eyes open now.

I actually have the gps coordinates for the spot. We thought it would be interesting since people are always finding Jesus on a pancake or Mary on a cheerio, ect. I'll pm them to you if you want. It's off of Archers Rd.

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Took these while wheelin' in a XJ in Vieques, PR. They are old bunkers, probably used for storing munitions. THere are dozens of them, with varying degrees of complexity. Some have really complex ventilation systems which I found interesting.
I also found interesting that the doors all faced different directions - probably so they couldn't all be taken out on a single bombing run...

THey're completely abandoned, as are most of the military installations on the island.





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Once on a camping trip in high school we went way out 30 miles on this dirt road to a river, when we got there we saw a Dodge Neon way out on the river bed, not a normal place for this car we thought, later we found a dead body right by it. An old man had driven it out there and apperently smoked himself to death or something, there were like a hundred cigarette butts everywhere. Some other people in a Ford 4x4 went back to town and called the police. They werent there untill the nest morning, talk about one freaky night. We didnt really knwo what had ahppened to the guy so we slept with guns by our sides in the back of my old pickup all night, one of my friends was awake and scared in the cab all night. It was a good trip though. Body and all.

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While my wife and I were wheeling in Tillamook State Forest in Oregon she saw this old tree. Interesting what it looks like. What do you think?

It's Elvis I tell ya.........This has definitely been an interesting read.

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nothing to interesting. just a bunch of junked cars
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That's a nice lookin jeep just sitting there....and the battery is still good. The lights are on.
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post #285 of 3498 Old 03-19-2006, 12:01 AM
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yah, luckly we drove the forklift down there to pull the jeep out.

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