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Old 10-04-2014, 04:12 PM   #21
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"You can start at the national park in Corpus Christi and drive south to the land cut...about 80 miles one way. Your licensed rhino would be great for that and legal everywhere. "

Hope that's sand or dirt road. Non-auto tires don't last long on hard surfaces. I've got too much tied up in Grim Reapers to waste them. I'm going to continue researching. A good friend is a Texas nut and would like to go with us. DW grew up near the Atlantic and I know she'd love to spend time on the beach.
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It's all beach...sand.
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Awesome! Oh. That's grandkid talk. Cool. Guess that's grandpa talk.
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