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Midwest Trans Hoosier Overland Route - 06/01/2019

Discussion in 'Overland Bound Meetups' started by sohospeedshop, Jan 8, 2019.

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  1. hellbender

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    #1 hellbender, Jan 8, 2019
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2019 at 7:24 AM
    BE ADVISED THE DATES HAVE CHANGED FOR THIS EVENT.
    Because of input from many people outside of the OB community that are attending the dates have been change to accommodate others.

    The trip will begin at Buzzard Roost Recreational Area in the Hoosier National Forest and travels unpaved county roads all the way to The Indiana Dunes on Lake Michigan. The trip is designed to highlight many of the things that make Indiana a very special place. It is not a straight shot but a meandering route that stops at many historic, geological, culturally significance and quirky waypoints along the way. We will incorporate the natural resources of the Hoosier state by camping at many out of the way state parks. We will visit three off-road parks for those who want to flex their rigs a little more than others. There will be opportunities for volunteer work along the way to provide those that like a little stewardship with their adventuring. There will be opportunities for fishing, hiking, biking, kayaking and motorcycling as well. We will be stopping by the Hi Lift factory in Bloomfield for a tour as well.[​IMG]


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  2. Cabin Fever

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    HB, I'm interested in this. Could use more details. Thanks!
     
  3. Wanderlost

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    We're going to keep an eye on this. Sounds like a great Midwest adventure!
     

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