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09-08-2010 12:17 PM
DeepBlueEditor
Near but not in Tar Hollow State Park, Ohio

Shot a little video while on a nice relaxing ride through the county roads in the Tar Hollow State Park area. The local state park ranger would like you all to know there are no open jeep spots IN the park but, we found a ton of adventure on the county roads around the park area. Not sure what roads exactly but all the roads in the video (see link) are public, county roadways. Some of you may recognize them.

It's not a fast paced video but I liked the quiet slow pace. Hope you enjoy it.

http://vimeo.com/14800097

Sean

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