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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
At night all you can see is the radiator fins grinning at you.
Tag Point Lookout rd.
Next Wayne County
Dang it ive been bruced all because of a dead battery
Grabbed on Rt. 604 SW of Rittman:
This tag is located in a "magic" town. The street pictured has the same name as an old American automobile that's no longer made and a famous English explorer. The English explorer has several bodies of water in North America that bear his name.
Dyrtybyrd, guess you haven't flown the coop for winter yet.
Nope, not till after the first of the year. Today was the first time riding in about three weeks, however, as I had a minor medical procedure performed on my elbow.
Clarification on the new tag: the pictured street has two words in its name. The name of the automobile and the explorer are identical and match the first, and primary, word of the street name. The second word in the street name is a descriptive like: drive, way, lane, avenue, etc.
Yikes! Our avatars are kinda similar in some respects, as well. :eek1
Tag Hudson Run Barberton, Those of us from the cultural Mecca of Wooster know it as Barbertucky.
Next is Chestnut Ridge Cemetery. Not in Wayne County, not on Chestnut Ridge rd, bit close.
Did you visit the falls while you were there?
Nope, it's real close to the 2 clues, real close.
Not on that ride, but I've been there. Camp Buckeye retreat center/camp is nearby, we had done a hayride from camp to the falls and walked a trail that came out on Camp rd I think. This was a file photo from the day I went down to U ville for the civil war memorial tag.
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Wilmot Dundee Rd
Bruced in Beach City
Perhaps, but your photo is better...
A place that sells the brand where the original Adventure Rider went to buy bikes in America