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Old August 1st, 2007, 10:47 AM   #1
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I was on my way home last night and passed the dome... there was a big signt here stating that they were selling 125 acres there.... I got to thinking how cool it would be to cut to top of the dome off and climb in and out of it... it could be a sweet off-road location given a fair amount of heavy equipment work.....
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Old August 1st, 2007, 11:03 AM   #2
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nice thought....... wont happen
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No heavy equipment needed, just implode, pile it up and drive on it. Would be cool to have a park but like geo said, never happen.
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Whiterhino told me that when he was younger (horses were main mode of transport) that the area where the Dome was built was a great wheeling spot. (i didnt even know you could wheel a horse)
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My uncle told me how they used to ride dirt bikes there.
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Whiterhino told me that when he was younger (horses were main mode of transport) that the area where the Dome was built was a great wheeling spot. (i didnt even know you could wheel a horse)
Yeah, and I had to drag everything there up hill both ways.
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Yeah, and I had to drag everything there up hill both ways.

In the snow, waist high and barefoot?
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In the snow, waist high and barefoot?
the horse were barefoot
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