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Spring Creek Offroad-CLOSED

we knew it was coming... just didn't know when... but it has now officially happened.... spring creek offroad has been closed by harris county.

http://springcreekoffroad.com/forums...ic,3497.0.html
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-08-2010, 10:15 AM
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Needs a log in.

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Damn that sux, never got to go there. Sure was abrupt, I recall hearing people were going out there a week or two ago. Now ya'll have to make the trek to Soggy Bottoms
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my bad! but there's really not much to read anyways except.. we are closing..

Yes, jack, it was very abrupt. they came out this last saturday and said after sunday, no more... i didn't even get to make it out there one last time... and i live 5 mins away!

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oh and screw soggy bottoms!

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oh and screw soggy bottoms!
It is screwed right now, all flooded out and under water.


What other place is around Houston? Soggy sure beats illegal 'wheeling and I have a feeling that all those H-town douchers are going to want a place to go
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It is screwed right now, all flooded out and under water.


What other place is around Houston? Soggy sure beats illegal 'wheeling and I have a feeling that all those H-town douchers are going to want a place to go
General sams..... it's in huntsville. http://www.generalsams.com/

nothin fancy there either... just more mud...

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i don't care for illegal riding either...

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Fawk Soggy bottom, you need a boat to go there right now

there is brazos valley offroad park close to college station
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You can go rust your shit out in galveston at san luis pass if you feel froggy. Just cant get on the vegetation. Not worth the drive from the northside in my opinion.
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