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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by sallydog, Aug 28, 2008.
That's the place!
Thanks. Couldn't resist that Dive Bar! Neat tag!
Was located at 501 Morris Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08611
So, to continue the local pub series, here's a neat Irish Pub that has great food, And is the New Tag!
Hailey's Harp and Pub
400 Main st
Come here for delicious pies
Blueberry is clearly the best
Nice grab, KL_ARRR! Let's see how long your Blueberry tag sits in the South!
It's supposed to be nice tomorrow and there are all kinds of forest roads nearby. You northern guys better get it before someone takes it even further South
EMERY, 346 LONG SWAMP RD NEW EGYPT
Nice grab on another beautiful day! Did you get some pie?
Thanks Simon Says No pie today but I did pick up some jam
Way to go, Bob! Nice to see at least one of the Southern taggers can get out in the winter!
I looked all around this Lake and did not see one Pilgrim.
Take notice to the pine needles, a little to much break on exit and I had to lift this bitch up!
And for PC's list, the location is: 940 Stage Road bass river, NJ 08224
Beautiful day for tagging, huh? Totally jealous. Sitting home nursing a torn "hammie"! <!-- / message --><!-- sig -->
Bionic Tagger! I get the impression that you do not like the GS tag to sit in the south
Anyway nice quick grab.
Thanks. Us military men have to use many different tactics to keep the tag-to-"Bruce" ratio manageable. And I don't mind the tags being in the South. I just don't like them sitting for two weeks. Bob, you can't play by yourself, you know!
Sorry for the delay, but had to scramble to get to the 6:30 High School Soccer awards banquet... Didn't have a chance to check the PC list till now to see if the tag was a repeat....
Anyway, Here's the New Tag:
And the clue:
Bass River State Forest,
Burlington County, New Jersey
Elevation: 47 feet
Bass River Fire Tower is located on the Bass River State Forest just off the Garden State Parkway in southern New Jersey. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) constructed it in 1937, reportedly in just 11 days. The 80 steel tower with 7’ x 7’ metal cab is a McClintock-Marshall style but has an Aermotor Co. nameplate. It is in active service.
You laid that beautiful bike down!! Hope your ok. Been away hunting and just checked the tag for the first time this week.
Can't believe none of the other inmates caught your pine needle reference. Take care of that hammy and get back to tagging soon!!!! Must have been a bitch lifting it by yourself.
Sorry vtwinp, I thought you were saying "IF" you had hit the brakes too hard on the pine needles you would have gone down.
I certainly see how that can happen, especially when they are wet.
I guess I should read more carefully !
I guess that explains the hamstring injury too.
Heal up quick.
Actually, it was a bitch trying to straighten Walter B's front wheel. My hammie is healing nicely. I believe that Bob is fine!
Now, as far as the tag is concerned, if the group isn't interested in the fire tower, perhaps I should rescind the tag and move it further North towards the Cabin!
One Bass River Fire Tower coming right up!
NIce job, PC and Debbie!