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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by Skyclad, Aug 12, 2008.
I can't believe you didn't get the York/Lancaster Tag when you got this one. You were pretty close.
Anyways, thanks for letting it for me.
Only had time for one, I have been waiting for a chance to move the Pa Tag to the silo.
Holy crap I had to rescue this thread 4 pages deep! Did everyone get a life or something?
Maple Lawn Farms
2885 New Park Rd
New Park, PA 17352
This was just dedicated on 6/8 in honor of D-Day so you probably won't find anything on Google. Therefore, this is located on the East Fulton Street entrance to the linear park in Ephrata.
HOWEVER, this marker is located down the path from the parking area. I am not condoning illegal behavior but extra points if you get the shot. Simply because you can see the police station from the tag. If you are not so courageous, or if the popo is watching, an acceptable shot will be from the parking area with the marker in the background and a close-up of the marker.
Did you change your bike color?
you noticed! It's amazing what a few cans of rattle spray can do.
Tag! Drop to come soon. This was a Lil tough was at the wrong park haha
Close up even though I was in front of iy
Or do I say grab doh!
Hurry. Sunset is in 5 1/2 hours.
Located in Berks county this is on an entrance to the Blue marsh Lake Trail. This road is an access to public hunting and the drop. No need to pull any illegal stunts to get the shot however it's not very street tire friendly as some of the road is loose gravel until you find the drop location. Felt the urge to get the drop of the beaten path since I just did about 70 miles on 90% dirt tires. Feel free to explore back here and not to far from this location is a nice overlook of the lake and some good eats at Ganley's Pub wink:)
202 Highland Rd Wernersville, PA 19565
Too close to home to pass up!
Great night for a ride. Except maybe the bugs! They were so thick running home along Blue Marsh Lake it sounded like rain. Something hatching out there tonight.
That's the address of the farm, but if you could pinpoint the location of the sign that was the actual tag, it would be helpful to the mapkeeper. Thanks.
The Old Dry Road Farm sign coords are: