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06-01-2006 05:55 AM
mmasuperman12 yeah that was my other plan, my cousin has a house up in jackman and it sleeps like 15 people (for snowmobiling season) so im talking to some people now and may go up there and just go down the loggin trails
05-31-2006 10:17 PM
bluvikng
New England Wheeling

You are in one of the most spectacular places to wheel. We used to go through ME, NH, and Canada, staying on logging trails the whole weekend, and catching our dinner out of the streams up there. There are so many trails in that area, you wouldn't have to see civilization until you where ready. Get you one of those Forrestry Maps of the whole area, and have a ball. Just don't do it by yourself, in case of getting stuck, or lost. You have unlimited offroad adventures, at your fingertips. If all else fails, check with your local Jeep, or four wheel drive clubs. There is always something going on. I envy your being able to take off for 4-5 days like that. You should have a blast. Take your digi camera, and take lots of pix. All you need is a tent, sleeping bag, and fishing pole. Hope you have a blast. Lots of native trout in the endless streams you will cross.
05-31-2006 08:21 PM
mmasuperman12
wheelin trip...

ok so here is my plan. install lift and tires and fender flares and gears. then hit the open road....this is where the plan stops. i want to go on like a 4 to 5 day trip and lookin for a good place to go and was wondering if anyone new of anyplace kind of close to me (maine) that would be like a day and a half drive or closer. thanks for the input.

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