Where is this?

Teegate

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You are correct. We were in the area looking for property stones. We had walked the dunes to get there which are interesting. I always enjoy walking them.
 

ecampbell

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The approach to the bridge from the west is deeply rutted, wet and undrivable (as of 2013). The east side has a big open, high and dry area where we always picnic. The walk from there to Evans Bridge is very nice with a vernal pond along the way.
We start on Bulltown Road and hike to Evans.
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Teegate

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Your photo is the dunes I was talking about. Spungman would like them if he has not already been there.
 

Teegate

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And where is this? Someone should get this. A little hint. The PPA as well as the land owner made this happen.


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Pinesbucks

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Guy,
I will take a guess on 1644. I am going to say east side of sandplant south of Warren grove. Telephone line is behind it on the west side.
 

Teegate

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Guy,
I will take a guess on 1644. I am going to say east side of sandplant south of Warren grove. Telephone line is behind it on the west side.

Good guess but incorrect. You accurately guessed a sand plant.