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Central Texas.. wheelin?

I'm goin to Hidden Falls Adventure Park outside Marble Falls Nov. 14th. I already have a passenger pending if he gets off work or not. It'll probably be a day run for me, leave the house between 7 and 8, get there at around 9am. wheel till 9 or 10pm probably and go home.

Its got everything ranging from ranch roads to kinda hard trails.. i can make all the trails minus the stupid ledges that you need 40s and a V8 to make.

There are plenty of trails for mildly modified trucks, Jacob has gone up more trails than I have..


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http://www.hiddenfallsadventurepark.com/
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you gonna be wheeling the chevy?
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maybe if the ranger breaks.. haha
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no one? not much of a surprise i suppose.
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I'm out, I think mama has to work weekends in November, so that leaves me to watch the kiddo...dang it!
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too far, if you could just bring a decent park about 4 hours west I would be all over it
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stupid pigs... gotta work
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too far, if you could just bring a decent park about 4 hours west I would be all over it
F'n A.
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too far, if you could just bring a decent park about 4 hours west I would be all over it
Same here.
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and the thing is there are a lot of people out here that have to travel 3-4 hours to get to an actual park. You think someone would have something out here with all the open land
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Are you kidding? NM is full of wicked rock crawling haha
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maybe on the other side of NM
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still sounds like a personal problem that you moved to BFE Texas
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Malaga is only like 2 hours from me and theres some awesome stuff there, problem is most of it was way to extreme for my truck. I might give it a shot sometime now though.
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yea, from what I've heard NM doesn't have much in the moderate area.. haha, from dirt roads to some of the most rig destroying trails.
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