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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by carabnsol, Sep 20, 2009.
Welcome and good job on the tag!
Well, well, well, another well
Tag map updated... and I was just thinking about going to get it after lunch, but the rain started, the temps dropping, and you beat me to it!!
i know where that be. I passed it yesterday twice on my trip to look at those nice new CB500Xs.
Tomorrows gonna be a warm day for a ride. If you haven't figured it out, it's very close to one of the first few Ms tag-o-rama tags
i know i know i know... I have to work today.
Rode past it twice when riding with DQ and Lally, but construction / paving was going on and I didnt feel like cutting off and getting back on road while one lane... and now im in another state. ..
I need a ruling on this. I thought it was the drilling rig on hwy 43, north of Tommy's, but I couldn't find the same spot as the tag photo. If it's coming in from the north side, there was a tree down across the rd and I couldn't get past it. It may not be the same rig.
That's sure the one I was think it was. I was guessing the pic was from the side of 43.
You'll only find this tag if want to buy some commercial real estate close to Home.
Ach --your going to make them work for this one
Hint--tell em to think outside the box:eek1
I don't even know how that hint refers to this tag. :huh
I know! Been here before on a totally unrelated excursion.
I'll add that if it's where I think it is, that road gets slick as owl poop when it's wet. We nearly got two 15 passenger vans stuck down there.
It's paved until about 50' from the bridge, then it is gravel. A street bike can easily get this tag. If you go past the bridge, it can get a little slick.
What can Brown do for you?
I thought I knew where it was but didnt find exact location until this clue...
I was looking to close to home.