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For those who wheel at BMRA in Gilmer, TX

Discussion in 'Plains Region' started by afroman006, Jan 27, 2006.

  1. afroman006

    afroman006 1/2 ton status

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    http://www.texas4x4.org/showthread.php?t=8799

    This guy had some problems with the manager and aparently others have too. It looks like something is being done about it so if you have something to add, now's the time. This is the only "public" wheelin land in Texas so we need to protect it.
     
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    I think that guy's whiny ass story has been posted on every BBS in the world.
     
  3. mudnmyvayne

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    Very wrong,I live about 25 miles from a very big,FREE public wheeling area that TMTC has NOTHING to do with. I also live 15 miles from another smaller wheeling area.
     
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    Theres shiloh ridge in Alto, Brushy creek in Royce City, Not sure of name but theres one not far from fort worth, nocona........
     
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    The panhandle doesnt really count as Texas since its 10 hours from anywhere else. Those other parks are privately owned and operated.
     
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    What if I said BMRA dosnt count,cause its over 10 hrs away?:confused:

    Its ok,the Gov. in Austin looks at it the same way,the panhandle dosnt matter......

    I dont really care either way,just wanted to make it clear that BMRA is not the only public wheeling in this state.

    This is exactly why TMTC WONT get a dollar of mine.....:eek1:

    Ill support N.M,Oklahoma & Colorado trails(less then 10 hrs away) Before ill risk all by wheeling at BMRA.
     
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    I would really hate to know that I drove XX hours to Barnwell, paid to wheel, had to deal with some douche bag that broke the rules and bitched, when I could hit better trails that are just as far away.

    Edit: I dont think Barnwell/TMTC is a bad thing or a bad place to wheel, just not my cup of tea.
     

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