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Old 06-21-2017, 09:20 PM   #1
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Chain Lakes Rd South: More doggone fun

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Today I went to explore the Chain Lakes Rd South. I rode my MTB and brought along my trusty canine companions. We went from the Gooley Club parking area up to Pine Lake and back. The weather was great and the bugs weren't a bother at all. I was glad I brought a jacket because the wind off of Pine Lake made things a little chilly. When I signed in to the trail register, I noticed that no one else had signed in since the 17th. I only met one other person and that was when I was almost back to my car. I also took the opportunity to do the short trek out to Bullhead Pond. Altogether a fine way to celebrate the Summer Solstice. Next time I want to explore the North side of the Essex Chain.

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Old 06-21-2017, 11:21 PM   #2
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A few coincidences. I was on the road yesterday evening fishing the Indian River. Last weekend carried my Hornbeck to Bullhead Pond. And finally a huge coincidence, live across the street from the Vet place.
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Hornbeck Envy

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A few coincidences. I was on the road yesterday evening fishing the Indian River. Last weekend carried my Hornbeck to Bullhead Pond. And finally a huge coincidence, live across the street from the Vet place.
I have Hornbeck envy. My kayak weighs 35lbs and I'm pretty sure I couldn't carry it any real distance. Which vet place?

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On Goode St.
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On Goode St.
Ha Ha. Small world.

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