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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
I got in and out of a pretty big hole at Frog Bayou with them. Love em on my XT 250. Just the right amout of roll, just the right amount of grip.
I just need 2 sets of rims.
that would be the ticket!
We're at Cyrstal Bridges enjoying the "art".
:huh mighty fine art work.
post some tit pix!
Now you're talking!
not really a tit, but a teat will suffice!
You guys are crazy, no wonder I keep coming back to see what crazy thing is going on. Keep it up I sure enjoy!
Anyone like COOL AID?
No way. It doesn't even come with a kickstand.
I don't get that statement "bike has to much power". Shouldn't that read "Rider has to little self control/common sense" ?
That bike is begging Vlad to by it.
anyone got any info about the wah sha she state park in OK?
Taken from the iPhone app "Oh Ranger"
Three boat ramps in Wa-sha-shee State Park provide boaters with convenient access to Hulah Lake.
The park includes a migratory bird refuge area of approximately 1,800 acres, offering exciting opportunities for birding enthusiasts to have close encounters of the avian kind.
Wa-sha-shee State Park offers 47 RV sites with electrical and water and 15 tent sites.
Hulah Lake provides excellent opportunities for fishing and hunting. Fish species include largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish and bullhead catfish.
Hulah Public Hunting Area covers 14,112 acres of land managed primarily for waterfowl. The area also provides good hunting for quail, rabbit, dove, deer and squirrel.
Several picnic shelters offer serene views of Hulah Lake.
Wa-Sha-She State Park offers many RV campsites with full hookups and a RV dump station.
Hulah Lake is accessible from the park and can be enjoyed for swimming and a variety of water sports.
M trying to figure out how much it costs to camp there.
Ill call the ranger phone # tomorrow and ask.
Here is a really neat video from Idaho..