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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
Quaker City U-M-C, SR 513 on the north end of Q.C.
Solidly within the NEO tag boundaries. This is on a state route whose local road name is shared by a president, and a cat.
So that means Farnsy is leading the tags?
Nice taggin there Rob and Mark, plus that's a beauty picture of the church in "Shaker Titty."
Tag 3379 E. Garfield Rd. New Springfield
This is located a few yards behind a cafe that bears the name of this type of transportation. It is situated near the convergence of two roads both beginning with the first letter of the alphabet. The road it is on is named after a contraption used to grow grapes. The intersecting road is named after the projectile native Americans used to hunt.
Hmmm....only 145 miles from my house.
Nice day for a little 145 mile spin.
The prior one must have been quite a bit further.
"county roads are acceptable (no dirt)"
How strict is the rule applied?
It's a parking lot. The Can-Am will handle it.
Tag! Minerva, OH corner of Arrow St & Arbor St.
A little bit of a cold ride but nice enough with the sun up! As we were leaving another train started heading through.
Next up: the picture gives enough hints without me having to give any extra.
Tag N Ohio St, Dellroy
Here you can see one road sign and the other is a term used for places of worship and weddings.
North of Waynesburg, corner of Chapel and Brookford Rds.
Apparently this is a "5 o'clock tag" because in the morning there is no good way to get a picture that doesn't have the camera facing the sun.
Funny. I never realized your bike was black.