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Old 01-01-2013, 10:22 AM
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Looking for people in Delaware.
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Old 08-25-2014, 03:41 PM
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Where are you in Delaware? I am from Milford.
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Old bump. I'm in Milton area
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:20 AM
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Lewes here
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Old 11-10-2014, 07:48 PM
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Any off road or scenic stuff to go on? I'd like to go sometime soon before the crap weather comes
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Dover area here. Nothing really to go on in DE, at least that I know of. Just the beach, and wildlife management areas if you can catch one with the gate open. Bombay Hook is a nice scenic drive. There used to be some trails at the C&D canal but I haven't been there in years.
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Felton area here. Just what was said ^^^^^ there really isn't much for wheeling other than the beach and c&d canal
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Newark here
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Old 02-09-2015, 08:33 PM
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So there is a fellow xj here in my area that has the angry eyes too. I pass them all the time and tonight they were behind me as I went to church. I'd love to do a meet one day... Wish that person was on here lol
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Originally Posted by dschappell View Post
So there is a fellow xj here in my area that has the angry eyes too. I pass them all the time and tonight they were behind me as I went to church. I'd love to do a meet one day... Wish that person was on here lol
Where are you seeing these angry eyes?
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Harrington here!!
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Old 02-10-2015, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Hardkor View Post
Dover area here. Nothing really to go on in DE, at least that I know of. Just the beach, and wildlife management areas if you can catch one with the gate open. Bombay Hook is a nice scenic drive. There used to be some trails at the C&D canal but I haven't been there in years.
Where is the C&D canal?? New to the area. Sounds like a nice Sunday afternoon trip.
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New Castle County. It connects the DE and Chesapeake bays. Not sure if you can even wheel there anymore. Haven't been there in years

I'm up for a DE meet and greet if there is enough interest.
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New Castle County. It connects the DE and Chesapeake bays. Not sure if you can even wheel there anymore. Haven't been there in years

I'm up for a DE meet and greet if there is enough interest.
O K, looked up on the map, been across there a few times. Looks like there is activity there yet. Looking down from the bridge anyway. I'm going up that way Thursday morning, will try to find something out. May have to stop at Lums Pond park and inquire.

Just sent a note to DENERC to see if they can lead us in the right direction.

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The place I used to go was off of the 1st road to the right after the Summit bridge if you are heading north.
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