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In the United States, an area in a community characterized by cheap barrooms, saloons, and run-down hotels; usually a gathering place for derelicts, vagrants, and down-and-out alcoholics.
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Investigation of timber harvesting impacts on herbaceous cover, forest floor and surface soil properties on skid road in an oak (Quercus petrea L.
However, keep in mind that slash piles and skid roads can aid your hunting.
As my skid road example shows, you don't need to break the bank to build effective food plots.
Due to environmental concerns, specifically the difficulty of building skid roads on the site, the USDA Forest Service chose helicopter extraction for this timber sale and used the sale of stumpage for upgrading existing roads on the site.
Provencher (2004) reported that primary skid roads and landings were 6.
Wanting to get some distance between the girls and us, we jogged for half a mile on an old skid road.