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Not sure of any parks at all in the state that have trails to ride on, i know everyone runs the pipeline in the Nicolet forest but thats just an insane amount a mud, enough to suck the toyota under....i was just wondering if anyone knew of places to play in the dirt in south-eastern wisconsin?
 

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ha MSOE is a great school, shit partys but thats balanced out by UWM and Marquett all in the same 4 mile square, my buddy goes to MSOE for some enginering bs (cant spell sorry). Better wash the pee_cup alot so she dont get eatin alive like most out here
 

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:D for a half second I didnt understand why I would need to wash my truck then I remembered your username and the associated pictures :disappoin :ugh3:
 

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ha yep gotta love salt, who needs ice and snow to slide on when you have a 1/4 inch of powder on the roads for five months
 

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Sorry, don't know where to offroad in SE WI. Just head north is the best I can tell yah.
 

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I've got more than enough places to mud thats for sure but straight line mud rippin gets boring i wanna get some trails in so i can realize IFS sucks ass ha
 
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