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“ Exploration of an Abandonded Oil Well Site (defiler) ”
DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME : Text files and message bases are for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. Do not undertake any project based upon any information obtained from this or any other web site.We are not responsible for, nor do we assume any liability for, damages resulting from the use of any information on this site.This is my first exploration egg. While none of this is new to me, it is still pretty interesting to look at and go to. Also, my camera was set to like 2048 x 1536, so the pictures might be a tad big. Also, the quality might be a tad bad due to the camera being on the maximum setting. They were supposed to be at 1024 x 768.
There are a bunch of old oil well sites that have been abandonded inside the woods near my house. They are mainly old tanks, engines, pumps, and pipes that no longer work. This egg will mostly just be pictures, no text, unless I feel something needs to be explained/described.
Once you first pass the gate, you start along the trail that runs along the ditch (that long water stream thingy).
Alright, since it is a pain to resize each picture, I will skip some and just put the important ones.
Old, run down engine. All the useful shit was stolen from it, or it was just dismantled.
Random hole in the ground, full of water and metal things.
The oil tanks and their stairways/catwalks.
These are two other tanks that you can\’t climb on as someone removed the ladder. They are pretty tall, maybe about 25-30 feet up.
I then noticed a small clearing in the trees and decided to investigate. It turns out, it was just a gas pipe line, marked with PVC pipes telling me how flammable it was and how not to dig near it, so I lit a fire right next to a large pile of dry leaves, sticks, tree branches (1 to 1.5 feet in diameter), and other small things.
I had to act fast! Smokey the Bear (he\’s a#%!@) told me only I, and only I, can prevent forst fires (that means you homos can\’t). I proceeded to kick the crap out of the fire.
It seems my efforts were in vain as the fire started to spread. I got the idea to whack at it with a stick. The stick broke and was soon part of the fire. You can see the stick\’s handle to the left of the white rock. WHY IS THAT ROCK WHITE?!
I knew what I had to do. Even though the sign said NOT to dig, I proceeded to dig up handfuls of dirt and throw them at the fire violently. I then rode away quickly over the bridge.
Oh no, it is that gas pipe line making a daring stunt by crossing the ditch!
I then decided to leave before something bad happened.