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Old 01-31-2004, 10:28 PM
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maine four wheeling

Hey guys I plan on moving from CT to Maine in the spring...How is the wheeling up there??? I'll be near machias if that helps...thanks
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not sure where that is but a great place to go is in S. Berwick
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machias is about half way down the coast. thanks
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Welcome to Maine gilraine. I currrently live in bradley (just north of Bangor). Wheelin in Maine is great. There are many many old woods roads to travel or if you prefer the power lines are always a good source for mud and water. I was actually born and raised in Norwalk CT and have been in Maine since '79. Its a great state with good people. **** poor economy but good people. I think you'll like it here. What will you be doing in Machias?
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My GF of 3 years will be going to school at U of Maine-machias. I couldn't deal with being without her for 4 years and it will be cheaper for us to live off campus...
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Welcome to Maine.I think you'll like it here.I lived in Stafford Springs and Cromwell.Maine will seem like a breath of fresh air lol.We have a lot of trails up here,but it would more of a weekend thing where you'll be in the lower part of the state.I'm sure you will find lots of trails downeast.
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Yes Power Lines, I know you can get on them In sanford, and be offroading all day, with out having to back track, how ever you may be a few towns over when you done.

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sounds like paradise to me!!! we'll probably be moving in june or july.
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yup theres no shortage of wheelin even down south here, i even have an closed army base with tons of trails and dont forgit the loggin roads /skidder trails
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