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Here's a few more pics from my walk to the dead tree site.  There's a couple runs coming into the field I walked thru. The horse trail makes easy access as it runs north and south thru the entire area. While walking I remembered the stone structure on the creek that I first saw many years ago scouting here. It's on the edge of the creek, and a couple large parts have fallen into the creek. It wasn't a bridge, because there's nothing on the opposite bank located about 10 yrds away. I have found a few like this in other state parks I hunt and walk. they are all located  into the side of a slope.  Maybe some kind  of loading area for wagons. When dry, that creek has a flat, smooth. rock bottom running south to the trail running past it. Some of theses trails were once old country roads. 

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Clyde, You’re a lucky man to have such a nice area to hunt and roam nearby. 

Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate

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