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    blet drive
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    Cool-blue Rhythm bryan lick creek

    so i found the pond at the very back of lick creek.. Must be a local party spot due to all the beer cans and condoms?? eeewww the trails get really choppy and hard to follow.. there is some major logging going on in there or something.. i allso rode over to the oil or gas place near the pond and some started yelling and screaming at me.. there are a couple of older trails back there that look like they could be fun if some one cleaned them up???
    any one know what the deal is with the surrounding property?
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    Probably nothing informative in this post.... It's been a looonnng time since I rode out there, probably 11 years or so since, but we'd routinely "go all bushwhack" and end up on property along Peach??? Cutoff where the oil wells were. There were lots of ravine / bermy stuff back in there, and out of all the times we went, we were never chased off. I don't recall ever seeing anybody back there, for that matter.

    At the time, all the surrounding property of Lick Creek was privately owned. Not necessarily inhabited, but private. Are the javelinas still out there? We'd actually see them by that pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5
    Must be a local party spot due to all the beer cans and condoms?? eeewww

    Prolly what happened to the Javelinas...
    "If your not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space." ~ J. Whittaker

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    nasty but on the real there could be some fun trails
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