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05-05-2013 06:16 AM
inkedcowboy13 I don't know about that close to Beaumont myself but put in the extra hour and a half and there's D.S.O. in Crosby, Tx and there's always more jeepers out there.
02-20-2013 08:28 PM
ScaleJK4x4
Jeepin' near the TX/ LA Border

Looking for people that live near the Texas/ Louisiana border, mainly on the TX side. I'm recently stationed at Fort Polk, LA which is only about 30 mins away from TX.

Surprising to me, LA doesn't have many places to wheel. I mainly go out to the Polk training area and drive the trails. Looking for people that know places to go in E. Texas.

Educate me!

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