Welcome to Indiana. Your in the best area of the State. There's a lot of parks, woods, lakes and recreation areas around you, enjoy them.Hey everyone! My name in Michael and I'm currently in Bloomington. Just gathering info right now on what I might want for my rig. I've got a 1978 cj5 that's currently in Texas. It'll make it's way up here in May. I've been camping, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors my whole life. Only been in Indiana for a year and a half. I'm 38, married, have a 4 year old daughter, and a couple of old crochety dogs.
Looking forward for getting out and exploring!
Sounds interesting. Have a date for the November class?Hey all just wanted to pop back in I dont really know where to post this so I'll post it here for now. Any and every overlander that is interested check this out.
The CERT program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. This is a 21-hour class and participants need to be present each day to receive credit for attending the course.
I will be attending the course in november I feel as most of our rigs are more than capable of going almost anywhere it would be good to have the knowledge they have to offer.
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Scottie from Indy here. 1 year left for my Architecture masters at Ball State.
Love dirtbiking at Haspin Acres, Turkey Bay, Badlands.
Always mountain biking in Indy, Anderson, and New Castle
Kayaking in Muncie, Indy and Brookville.
And camping just about anywhere.
Taken my Highlander off the pavement on some gravel and dirt trails, took it to Interlake up some pretty rocky stuff. Mostly just haul all my toys
Slowly adding to it, roof rack, light pods, raptor lights, next up...17" bronze wheels and A/T's
Eventually will probably buy a 4th gen 4runner as a toy and keep my daily from the abuse.
Would love to do some gravel roads down in Charles Deam/Yellowood. And explore Daniel Boone in KY.
I've been putting together a map of some GPX files I am finding here My Maps. And some offroad parks as well that I have been to. Take a look here near Brown County/ Yellowood, that is a lot of gravel road. or hop on gravelmap.comIm always down for the road less traveled. I have been struggling to find public access paths that fit that description