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Old 03-12-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
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Why has no one tried to make a trail through the big rocks that fell in the middle of the road on the way to hang on hill? Are they too big?
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Old 03-12-2009, 01:00 PM   #2
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I was wondering the same thing when I drove by it sand drag weekend.
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its easy to get to and no one can close it down and there are no trees to pull out of the ground.....sounds like a perfect place.
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It would take a lot of sledge hammers. I think one of the biggest problems with it is that the rocks will just break apart.....hopefully no one rolls into the river.
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i was thinking stay closer to the wall oppisite of the river. the only problem i saw was getting wedged in there and having a hard time getting out.
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we looked it over a few months ago. Looks like it could be possible after some work. some winching/ shoveling/ hammering might make it passable.
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so let's look at a couple of work weekends to go prep that
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when it first came down, A buddy and I drove on the first part of it with my CJ7. Didn't try because of to many sharp rocks sticking out. Take a sledge and knock down the edges! I'm in when you all go.
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Sounds good to me. I got a couple of rigs with winches I could bring down along with a sledge.
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