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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by sieg, Jul 25, 2011.
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Ok, now someone needs to pick it up by taking a picture with there bike there and then drop it off somewhere else, right ?
Correct! I'm actually going to be in the area golfing on Wednesday, just gotta figure out how to rig up the golf clubs on the bike...
My neighbor has left with his shadow and a set of clubs sooo why not?
Good, I don't know where that is anyway.
Ok, I'm gonna go get this today and move it south into MO. tomorrow. Riding to lunch down there somewhere, if anyone wants to tag along.
Great day to ride so I tagged the Emma Kunz Museum, that no one wanted to drive by since Feb.
Then I just wandered around with no particular place in mind. I happened to stumble across this old building. I've ridden by it hundreds of times but it's hidden from view by a newer building and I had never seen it before.
I can understand that no one wanted to ride around downtown Belleville to get the last one, but this one is on a very, very popular motorcycle road, so no reason this one should last long.
Only hint, and it's nothing related to the building but if you find it, you'll find the building. "Salt Lick Point Trail"
(still riding to lunch tomorrow if anyone wants to tag along)
Salt Lick Mine & Trail in Valmeyer, IL just off Bluff Rd. I had to wade through all the Harleys to get the picture this weekend.
And the new tag...
This M-47 Patton tank is named after the general who's 3rd army captured the town of Gros-Bieberau, Germany in early 1945. Today it sits in the Illinois sister city of that German town.
I know that one.
Figured you would but I loved the history behind it too much to ignore.
Plus, when I went to my original choice to snap a photo with bike it had a new no trespassing sign.
Me too. I have been inside the building next to that tank many years ago. I may be able to grab it this Saturday, if someone else doesn't.
Be sure to stop by the meat market in town and get some smokies, they be gooooood
Major renovations in this park which is named after the geological formations found in the park
I have no idea where this is or could be.
Thanks; I have never heard of this before. But, website says it is closed today, on my day of riding! Typical.
Maybe go somewhere else.
Gotta get goin before the day is over.
It's not Powder Valley. It's a county park, look east and south
Bump... any hints? I'm usually pretty good at figuring out the location of these but still stumped on this one.
Giant city state park ? That might be to far though.