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post #3301 of 3498 Old 06-23-2013, 07:05 AM
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I was glued to that story, didn't finish till almost 1am haha


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post #3302 of 3498 Old 06-26-2013, 01:30 PM
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I always find mild stuff like weird creepy teddy bears... the set up of everything I came across felt very demonic. Haha but off that topic sometimes me and my friends take TP rolls cut eyes into them put a glow stick in them and place them in trees so as someone drives past it looks like a bunch of glowing evil eyes. So if your in the Helena area and see eyes in the bushes... haha we pick everything up so dont start yelling tread lightly because we do.
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...this trip was awesome to read! Makes me wonder when I'll take/make some time to say WTF and hit the road for roads and places less traveled...

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221 pages and a few days later...

What an epic thread!

I remember in the early/mid 90's, my dad and his buddies leased some hunting land near Waugh, AL. We went riding around, checking everything out, and found a slave cemetery and an Indian (Creek) burial ground. The land was leased from a gravel/sand company and there was heavy equipment everywhere.

I have a couple more little stories to share later to help keep this thread going.
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221 pages and a few days later...

What an epic thread!

I remember in the early/mid 90's, my dad and his buddies leased some hunting land near Waugh, AL. We went riding around, checking everything out, and found a slave cemetery and an Indian (Creek) burial ground. The land was leased from a gravel/sand company and there was heavy equipment everywhere.

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Tell tell tell
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Don't Die!!!

Can't let this thread die!!!!
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post #3307 of 3498 Old 08-01-2013, 09:46 AM
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I found a bunch of crap, tvs and other stuff.


I also found a mint condition ford 3.0 with radiator

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Twice while dirt-biking in southern Maine, I have ridden up on cops in their cruisers in the woods with women who were not their wives..... The first one was around 1980, I was 14, and the cop wrote me up for an unregistered and un-inspected vehicle, and unlicensed driver, even though I was in the woods. My dad went to the station and let the cop know his wife would find out if he didn't tear up the tickets, which he did!!!
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At my stomping grounds in ND you find everything wheeling at the pits... so much so that I don't go there anymore people just throw stuff everywhere! There is always some sketch stuff to.
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Finally after several weeks a few post at a time I finally read all 221 pages and came to the conclusion Alabama sucks, been in the Wetumpka/Montgomery area for a few years and only have had my jeep a month and a half and I don't know any roads/ trails to go exploring on. Found a few places by Google earth but they had gates and no tress passing signs from Alabama power, one had a good size mud hole but I have no self recovery gear and don't know a lot of people here. Hopefully I can find some places close by to go play.
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Finally after several weeks a few post at a time I finally read all 221 pages and came to the conclusion Alabama sucks, been in the Wetumpka/Montgomery area for a few years and only have had my jeep a month and a half and I don't know any roads/ trails to go exploring on. Found a few places by Google earth but they had gates and no tress passing signs from Alabama power, one had a good size mud hole but I have no self recovery gear and don't know a lot of people here. Hopefully I can find some places close by to go play.
Just keep looking.
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Just keep looking.
What part of AL are you from? i know of grey rock and stoney lonesome but those are several hours away, and one would think as open and how much wooded area there is it wouldnt be hard to find. Some of the high school kids said something about a gravel quarry on 143.
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What part of AL are you from? i know of grey rock and stoney lonesome but those are several hours away, and one would think as open and how much wooded area there is it wouldnt be hard to find. Some of the high school kids said something about a gravel quarry on 143.
Montgomery.

Check out The Great American Park in Auburn.

Perry Mountain in Maplesville.

Here's a list of some more.
http://www.find-off-road-trails.com/alabama-trails.html
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Montgomery.

Check out The Great American Park in Auburn.

Perry Mountain in Maplesville.

Here's a list of some more.
http://www.find-off-road-trails.com/alabama-trails.html
Heard of the place in Auburn and i didnt know perry mtn let 4x4's in, its all dirtbike and wont even let the quads or sxs go. I raced the midsouth race there a few years ago when it showed but this past year the owners kicked the quads out of the AMA midsouth series race. Ill look into the link though thanks, im outside of Wetumpka and you would think as much farm land and all there would be places to ride. Send me an IM if you ever go riding, and if your into dirtbike or quads ill send you information on a group ride at some private property in a few weeks.
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Finally after several weeks a few post at a time I finally read all 221 pages and came to the conclusion Alabama sucks, been in the Wetumpka/Montgomery area for a few years and only have had my jeep a month and a half and I don't know any roads/ trails to go exploring on. Found a few places by Google earth but they had gates and no tress passing signs from Alabama power, one had a good size mud hole but I have no self recovery gear and don't know a lot of people here. Hopefully I can find some places close by to go play.
Park outside AutoZone the jeepers will come lol
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