OK, so there was at least a little interest in doing a TOR on only dirt roads, so I'll start it. Rules are modified from the Empire State TOR. Find the tag and reproduce the photo (as best as possible). Take the tag to a new location, get the photo and post it here. It's your choice whether you want to give the exact location of the tag or not. If you don't, at least indicate where the general area is. GPS coordinates are OK, but I don't have a GPS unit so I won't be giving them on the first tag. Tag must be: a) findable; b) placed on a dirt or gravel road, or a trail if you're so inclined; and c) in a place you can ride to LEGALLY. Try to give folks some idea of the skill level that will be needed to get to the tag location. The harder it is to get there though, the longer the tag will likely sit. If nobody picks up the tag, the holder may elect to re-post a different one. The first person to post a found tag gets to place the next tag. If you get a tag, but somebody else posts their picture first, you lose. One tag at a time within thread. File photos ARE permitted to SET a tag, but not to GET a tag. You gotta at least ride to the tag you're picking up to play this game. I don't give a fuck about tags from other states, so keep them to yourself. This is a New York TOR. No whining There are plenty of folks here that will help you understand the rules The holder of the tag determines if the tag has been duplicated and acknowledges it by posting on the thread. (Surrendering the Tag) However, if the tag holder does not respond within a day, the rest of the players will be the judge. No Pre-Arranged Tag Handoffs / Linear Tag sequence The motorcycle in the picture must get to the tag location under its own power (The vfr870 rule). So here's the first tag: This is at the parking lot for the Holt Preserve in the Town of New Scotland. To get there, you can take Copeland Hill Road south from NYS Route 32, or you can take Appleby Road north from Albany CR 108 (which also happens to be named Copeland Hill Road). The gate that you see in the background is where the northern approach reaches the parking lot. I haven't ridden that route, and the article that they posted on the sign says that it's impassable by car. However, I did not see any signs indicating the road is closed. The southern approach is pretty tame, a gravel road with nothing worse than some potholes. Not a real hard-core dirt rider's tag, but I'm not a hard-core dirt rider, and this ain't hard-core dirt rider heaven around here, either. I just wanted to get this game started, mainly in hopes that it will inspire me to get off the pavement more.