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Old 02-07-2005, 08:46 AM
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Finally found a good off roading spot (close to Burlington, IA in Illinois)

Hey y'all! I've been here a bunch of times but never drove the creek before. The creek was cool. I only took a few pictures but they are here:

http://k0nar.members.grokthis.net/1984b2/1984b2.html

Jinx Hollow is about 2 miles east of Oquawka, IL on highway 164. Just past the fishmarket. In the summer the road is useable by car but this time of year you need a truck. 2 creek crossings and you can drive the creek as well. There are allot of side trails as well. Good hill climbs and some mud. I hate mud.
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that might be fun to take the little ranger on sometime, might have to make an excuse to head that way, and check it out.
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WOW that looks like fun
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Hey Kcorey - how old are you and what yeardid you graduate? We have a kid thatgoes to college here at Indian Hillsthat is from Monmouth.

I wanna go. Mud should be your friend.
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I need better tires before I would try that, got enough trouble getting around my lane...
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