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Marion's Death Garden

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First off you should be aware of the many garden tools and empty coffe mugs(most broken), they are prone to puncturing your tires. Also if she invites you in for a bowl of beef barley deny it at all cost for its a form of mandiblitis and will cause sever toe spazms. Another cautionary is the many broken lincoln logs that are scattered across the lawn which also pose a problem for the midgets who ride the trail on their unicycles. Ok heres what you should expect Marion Gilabertie in full army fatigues with a bent flag pole in her hand while waving a Confederate flag in the other hand. She will be yelling obsenities at bystanders as she long arms dinner rolls at her enemy(that would be you). Now the trail itself would not be so difficut if it weren't for Marion and her antics but the trail still aint no joy ride. It is made up of decomposing vegetables and left over foods thrown in the backyard. There is a steel bantom to-tum pole which emits showers of sparks and flames, another obstacle for the beginners of course(and can be seen from space.) The trail maybe short but it never ends it your head because of the high stress factor. Ride At Own Risk!!!She has been known to injury trespassers to the point of insanity, due to her torchure chamber in her attic. If she does kill you, you will be forced to fight in her ThunderDome way yonder the property line. Thank you and please contact me if any info is needed.
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Trail Directions
Get off at the Newtown Yardley exit from I95, and take 332 to Lindenhurst to Twining and then make a left into Yardley Run, address will remain annonymous but you'll be on W. Wellington Rd and you'll see the flames from in front of her house.
Trail Length
.5 miles
Trail Level
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Review Date
February 21, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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holy shit you are crazy

droptopchevy (05/19/2009)
These trails are on someone's property?
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