Another TAG game in NC! And yeah, it overlaps a few of the other TOR areas to some extent, but that gives you opportunities to grab multiple TAG games in one long ride! The boundaries are laid out on the map, but if you're within a couple miles, your TAG drop is OK. The NC Sandhills TOR Rules: 1. Your GRAB picture must be as close to the TAG picture as possible, unless it's inaccessible due to a gate or road conditions. If so an alternate Grab pic in that area should suffice. Your bike must be in the Grab picture. 2. Your TAG should be accessible by all types of motorcycles..street or Dual Sport. Your bike must be in the picture. Gravel or sandy roads are OK, as long as they are legal and the access is public. Let us know in your post if the road conditions are questionable or if we'll get dirty. If you desire, you may post additional pictures as 'clues'. Maybe a GPS screenshot, or nearest crossroads if necessary. 3. The Inmate who Grabs the TAG first by posting their picture here Wins. You have 36 hours after your Grab to Drop a new TAG. After 36 hours, your Grab is forfeited and the original TAG up for grabs again, or if someone posted a 'Bruced!' picture, they now have it. If something out of your control happens (weather, breakdown etc) let us know. 4. You cannot use a 'File TAG' picture to grab a tag. A File TAG pic may be used to place/Drop a TAG. Gloves are not necessary but if you must... 5. The Rules and Boundaries may be changed if there is a general consensus. 6. If a Drop sits for an extended time due to inactivity, the Inmate that originally Dropped the TAG may pick it up and Grab/move it after 6 days Any comments or suggestions please feel free to chime in here or PM me. Consider locations that make the ride interesting, particularly on curvy roads. Maybe a really good local 'Mom N Pop' eating establishment. Or something of Historical significance. Make it worth riding to! MAP: For clarification, the Western boundary is Highway 52 at the NC/SC state line Northbound to NC 49, and up to Highway 64. The Northern boundary is Highway 64 to NC 55, and NC 55 Eastbound to NC 42 all the way to I-40. The Eastern boundary is from I-40 Southbound to I-95 down around the 295 outer loop, staying outside of the Fayetteville loop. From 295 Southbound down 401 to Laurinburg, connecting to Highway 15 to the NC/SC state line. The State Line is the Southern boundary all the way from Highway 15 to Highway 52. I tried to notch out high density traffic areas, but remember, the boundary is 'fuzzy' so if your drop is within a couple miles it should be OK.