coronet440 Posted October 21, 2008 Report Share Posted October 21, 2008 Hi Everyone,We've got about 600 acres in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon and I'm gathering up some "Hazzard Landmarks" to disperse around the property for fun.... and it's easier to give friends/family directions around the place using landmarks as a guide. Instead of, "remember where you were when we saw that huge elk" it would be handy to say, "you know, by the moonshine still"So far we've got our converted bus as the "Boars Nest". My friend has a vinyl cutting machine and I've made a design from scratch we're going to print out to put on it;Here's the decal we're going to make to put on it;Next we have a mock moonshine still, I whipped this up last weekend. The copper coil is actually an old underground phone cable painted with copper paint, a junk 55 gal oil barrel and the smaller barrel is a drum out of an old wash machine. Not accurate in anyway but good enough for it's purpose;We have an old belt operated wood saw like the one pictured below I'd like to put somewhere on the property (I stole the picture below searching on Google Images), ours looks like just this one but rusty. Was there reference to some type of saw mill around Hazzard? It's been awhile since I watched all the DVD's and at the time I didn't have any thoughts on this venture. I could paint the name on the saw blade, like "Hogg Lumber and Saw Mill" or something.And that's as far as I am so far. We've got about 5 decent canyons/draws full of Douglas Fur trees on the property with high ridges in between, a county road runs through the middle of the property, a 40 acre meadow, lots of dirt roads/trails and a couple small water holes. Does anyone have any particular rural Hazzard landmarks that would be well suited for any of this? Large buildings, city landmarks are out. These landmarks would just be stuff found in the boonies of Hazzard County, like moonshine stills and the like.Thanks for any input.Jordan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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