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Old September 27, 2012, 06:20 PM   #11
TailGator
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Sand pits. I grew up in Florida, and there is a sand ridge that runs along the east coast a few miles inland - the dune line of a prehistoric seashore. Large amounts of sand were dug out for fill, leaving soft sand sloping sharply up at angles ranging from 45 to 75 or even 80 degrees. They made great backstops for shooting cans and plastic bottles, and people used to dump old appliances which were also fun to shoot up. The dunes were also fun places to play with motorcycles and jeeps. They are pretty well built up now in most places.
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