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Old 11-24-2013, 02:32 PM
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Glastonbury State Forest

Did some exploring in the state forest today, pretty much just maintained dirt roads, some are a little rougher but its nothing serious. I went off the roads a few times onto little trails but couldnt get very far. Had fun being off pavement for once though













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Nice, Miles. Great day for it.
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Is this what used to be known as the Nike Site? There's one Glastonbury/Marlborough I remember being at oh, 30+ years back this reminds me of it. Sunday was not a day to venture too far without plenty of warm clothes though lol ~Bill
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That place looks nice Miles and thanks for the photos.
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Looks good miles. I used to love going in there with my old k5 blazer, too bad your truck is too big for the trails. Does the house at the beginning of the forest/end of pavement still have the carousel in the front yard? I always thought that was a neat house
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yea my trucks a little big for any trail haha, i think i know what house you are talking about,, but not sure. ill have to look next time. i cant wait to drive through there after we get some snow
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We did a lot of wheelin in those woods . One time I even popped out on rt2 at the top of a hill climb. Luckily it was after midnight and no one was on the highway. Still it was a very scary scenario
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