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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by SlipChip, Sep 11, 2007.
owning a KLR you'll certainly enjoy the low cost of living in NEO
Welcome to the mountains. Nice to see someone coming to Cleveland for warmer weather.
You are going the wrong way on Cedar (head EAST and get out of town), although you can certainly find adventure on Cedar between 55th and the Clinic.
Check out South Park to North Park all the way to University Circle (pick it up at Warrensville) for your commute some time. Nice change of scenery.
thanks for the tip. I'll check it out on the way in tomorrow. I was kind of concerned that I had the wrong bike for the riding I would be doing down here, but I now see that I probably could not get through most of cleveland without a DS
welcome. I live an hour south in ashland county.
:ddog I coulda got it...Knew where it was.... But I am a lazy turd with some dumb health problems... Oh well...
I'm not a patient person...
Ack! Suburban Hell !
Head east on Gates Mills Blvd., take a right on Old Mill, another right on River, this will be your salvation...
Built in 1840. Serverd as access to only one farm in the area. Destroyed and rebuilt in 1913, 1970, and rebuilt again in 1975. Only foot access now.
It is in the Ohio Western Reserve. It fords the Furnace Run.
No GAS here....
I've been there, but couldn't tell ya where it is. That's right you took me there.
If you only live three miles from both pictures is it wrong to give the answer? bridge is at the end of nice little road that was much better before they put the stop sign at the bridge could use a resurface though for the non adv bike
NEO Route ____ Here is your hint... This route number is associated with a brave man who broke the record of a sweet babe.
I am all for the concept of multiple challenges / tags going on at the same time. Chip is right, boring waiting around growing old for a the next tag. Also, there are just some we may not be interested in seeking due to limited riding time. I suggest when you find one dont give away the location. That way others in the thread can still ponder the location and find them as well. Each person keep tally of how many they find individually. Sort of like merit badges.
Hmm, an 81 mile long mostly straight SR, give us a better hint Bum.
Or a better route?
Patience inpatient one. First day and so itchy. There are others who may be familiar with this landmark as it is on a well traveled route.
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My landmark is also difficult to see from your desktop, although it is so plainly visible if you drive through the small town in which it resides. So I will provide you some additional hints.
I agree the landmark is on a route that is long and straight and would not encourage anyone to search from tip to tip. The section I ride is quite lovely and there are several interesting small towns around this tag to check out and get some education.
I sometimes stop in the town to gas up when I am out pionering a trail less traveled.
I often pass this landmark on my way home to the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comffice:smarttags" /><st1lace w:st="on"><st1laceName w:st="on">Chagrin</st1laceName> <st1laceType w:st="on">Valley</st1laceType></st1lace> and must have driven past it 193 times. Others who live our way may have passed by as well hurrying home from visiting out of state relatives.
Now fire up google maps, and if you have correctly established the route from my first clue, you will be able to pinpoint the location of my tag witin a couple of miles.
Are we going to get any hints for this one?
type md garage in your browser. best hint I can give.
Player number or the record number?
It is near a train station, and is actually a museum of sorts.
That makes it waaayyy too easy.... :ddog
so I guess I shouldt say that the bridge is within 15 miles from there