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Giant map #7782131 03/23/20 11:28 AM
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My dad has started a printing company and printed this giant map for a buddy of mine. I thought it was pretty neat and wanted to share.

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What county is this in? My dad was on a lease in either Stephens or Palo Pinto County (north of Strawn) when I was a kid that had a cool old rock house on it. He lost it after one of his buddies shot the lock off the gate.


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