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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by RC Pilot, May 3, 2010.
10 hours on the slab for me....
I will always make a new mascot.
I'd go run a rescue today, but it would be a 6-7 hour rain ride. Oh well...
I'll be coming through there on Tuesday. If Nutsy is still there, we'll give him a ride down south.
At 2554 Jeb Stuart Hwy, Meadows of Dan, VA.
When facing the front of the school, walk around to the left side of the building.
At the left rear corner of the building is an "L" shaped foundation pillar.
Nutsey is behind that pillar. Reach in, grab the green plastic case and hope that one of the area's copperhead snakes isn't coiled up around Nutsey.
Good luck and good hunting!
435 miles from here.
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Great grab. Nutsy didn't even have time to get use to the place before being relocated. Was a great day for a ride anyways.
Only 120 from me but I doubt I will get a chance to get over there.
Eastern shore drop?
Depends on the wind and time.
Was looking North.
Wow. Fast moving this time around. Good job, folks.
Nice grab! Beautiful day for riding.
Nutsey is tucked under the switch signal past the horse.
Grab. More/better pics later.
I'd of had better pics, but I was busy huddling in the well heated station bathroom. But that is a horse of a different color.
I'll definitely be back in the summer.
Lots of quality riding in the area. Great choice for the drop.
Nutsy spent a quiet few days at my house. He taught my son the Nutsy salute, initiated by DavidR.
When we got to the drop Nutsy took in the sights,
and the canal.
But, Nutsy got tired, so I found him a resting spot, where he won't be disturbed until the right time. (continue next post)
Currently obscured by leaf litter.
Nutsey is paying his respects.