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  1. #21
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    Apr. 17, 2002
    between the barn and the pond


    We ride out of some completely hidden places. Nothing gets left behind that a thief would want, except maybe the truck and trailer itself!

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Nov. 24, 2006


    Quote Originally Posted by lawndart View Post
    It is not that we don't want to, it is just that I have better riding here Fowler is only 104 acres, and is close to Harrisburg.

    I live between Sproul, Bald Eagle, and Tiaghdaton State Forests. Almost 700,000 acres of riding.

    You come here!
    There's way more than 100 acres. Fowlers is just the "park". You can ride all day and not see a person if you want to.

  3. #23
    Join Date
    Dec. 10, 2001


    Kasjordan, you are right, they do the same thing here, just give you Park info on the website, and don't bother to mention the 1000s of acres of State Forest surrounding it. I should have known better.

    However, I won't be visiting Fowler this year, as my 'discretionary income' is already spoken for. Perhaps in the Spring if gas prices come down, It is currently $4 a gallon here, and when you are hauling more than 10-15 miles, that hurts I won't even make it to Elk County this year.
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  4. #24
    Join Date
    Nov. 24, 2006


    Little late and wrong park- but guess the message will get across.

  5. #25
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    Mar. 4, 2009


    A lady here in AZ told me that while she was riding, somebody cranked up her trailer and took the towing ball mount and ball (whatever you call that combination) off of her truck. When she got back, there was no way to hitch the trailer to the truck anymore. Seriously? That's like a $30 setup to steal, but leaves a person stranded with horse, truck and trailer. Luckily I keep mine attached with a locking pin.

    People have some pretty terrible karma heading their way.

    Thanks for the heads-up, OP. It's always good to have a reminder.

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