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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by California, Mar 24, 2012.
Ok 150 grab
Creative, didn't have to ride too far for that one.
Not my truck. Lol. In the parking lot
Good one, Ray. Tough to get non-house numbers, parking spaces sometimes.
Here, in Cumberland county, 99 percent of the house #s are 4 digit. I have to really look for them.
I've got a school parking lot nearby that I can easily get three digit numbers up to in the 7-800 range, but I don't want to use that any more.
Any rum drinker ought to be able to snag a 151 pretty easily.....
No fun using the same location multiple times...
I have caught myself looking at school bus numbers while riding. The 148 TAG I got was going to be a Hope Mills police car but I couldn't find it sitting still. and I wasn't going to get pulled over to make it happen either.
As luck would have it, when the roofing company dropped off pallets of material at the house they were labled 146 through 149. Woo Hoo.
Agreed. I've done it in the past when this game was stalled, but decided it was nothing but boring to do so.
I've got a place nearby that the busses all park at overnight. There's dozens and dozens of them. I've cruised through a couple times looking for the right number, but haven't caught it yet.
I like the 151 Rum idea. Actually, I hadn't thought of items you could bring to the bike, but what the hey.
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Anyone looking for this??
Is that a bump?
I have been too busy to look seriously. Driving down the road looking for numbers is a little difficult and distracting.:eek1
Maybe other players will come our to play...
I'll be on the road to day so I'll be looking.
Ok I'm riding from Colarado to California on Monday. I'll get a mile marker somewhere and get his game moving.
Nice job. Did you get the next hundred or so?
152 this was actually written on the door with a marker, notice the difference from the 150 next door...