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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
At least it was a dry chilly tag.
Regretfully I am inprisoned by THE ALL MIGHTY DOLLAR M-F.
Hmm, you're only the second black feller I know of on the Ohio forums.
Looking through some file photos later, I had one much closer to Dayton!
Maybe next time!
It was cold enough out there today, I didn't waste time looking too long.
How bout some clues
Hint: It's really in Indiana!
It is next to a black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid form of petroleum, with white and yellow lines painted on it. It is also within sight of octagon shaped red signs.
Uhh ... do you really need any clues? This is not the tag shot, but from my archive. Since I get Bruced so much I kinda gave up on the game, but I can still play along and go get these photos in advance of you guys ...
"I get Bruced so much I kinda gave up on the game"
Even while at work.
Shhhhh ... !
A better tag location in Sinking Springs might have been the Octagon school house down the street...
It's been used before.
I'm pretty sure that had been tagged already a couple years ago.
Edit: looks like I got bruced on my reply...
It was used on ADVindian with Tanto the buffalo humper on a his brown and white horse back in 1672 also. I seen it on a cave wall.
I rode all over Indiana but couldn't find it
Rt.41 and rt.124, Sinking Spring.