Haynesville here again and a H-E-L-P to you all. Does anyone up here have a gas cap they are gonna toss for giggles and grins ? I lost mine the other day at the Foodtrend in Houlton and can't find it any where.I am really strapped for cash and was wondering of any one had an old one that might serve as a toss-away spare ?
Given how big Wash. County is, you're going to have to probably do the hunt and peck method. Up here in the south end of Aroostook County the most workable are Kinney's in Danforth and Paul Durward in Haynesville (Yeah, he's a 'homey' but he know's what he's doing !). Kinney's is open 7 days a week (He's got the CITGO station) and he's pretty good. He doesn't get stupid and greedy and stays focused on his work. He's got 3 guy's in addition and they all do pretty well, least my me. Got 4 Goodyear's mounted and balanced in under 30 minutes and a State Inspection to boot. Durward has his shop at his house, lift included. He does truck's (up to the 3500 series) on the lift and almost all types of repairs. he doesn't have have the brake lathes and stuff but past that he can do almost anything. He got the wife's Monte Carlo's 4 whl disc's redone in under 6 hours and my Jeep's annual inspection done in under 30 minutes. And he doesn't try to 'cook' the estimate's either. He also does the usual ATV and snowmobile stuff as well. Saved my mower this year too.
Im from the Farmington area, There are some nice logging roads and such up around Eustis and Rangley. Nothing crazy mind you, but some darn nice rides if you are more of a cruiser and not a mud person. Also a fun ride from Weld over through to Byron, comes out right at Coos Canyon.
There is also Rocky Mountain Terrain Park just out side of Wilton headed towards Rumford.
"Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted"- John Lennon
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Climb east Kennabego mountain. Bring a chain saw if you want to make it to the top. Mortal vehicles will not make this climb.
Drive around flaggstaff lake and take ATV trails to the eastern shore. It's good for some " I can't believe I made it" moments