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Old April 11th, 2007, 04:24 PM   #1
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The wife and I might be over in the Baldwin area Saturday April 14th to visit a couple ghost towns we found last Sept. I know Tin Cup (@ Luther) isn't too far. I have never done the trail but have heard it mentioned.

ANyone have any info on it? Maybe meet up to take it? There are a couple others not too far from it also.
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Old April 11th, 2007, 05:35 PM   #2
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I did it last year and it is nothing more than a color tour.
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How about the Lincoln Hills and Little Manistee trails?
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How about the Lincoln Hills and Little Manistee trails?
same thing
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what do you wheel? Do you like Hard core stuff or what?
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the trails in the Manistee are tame, but there are quite a few hill climbs and clay pits. with this snow you may have to break open some of the trails though, we did a hill climb last weekend that took 5 trucks 2.5 hours to get to the top.
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Just have a stock (for now!) '04 TRD Tacoma. I'm not looking for any tank traps or anything like that.
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Anybody up for it? We are gonna head over that way sometime tomorrow.
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Tin Cup had several downed trees over trail 2 weekends about. You can get around them but long wheel base maybe tight.
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I will grab a saw maybe.
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the trails in the Manistee are tame, but there are quite a few hill climbs and clay pits. with this snow you may have to break open some of the trails though, we did a hill climb last weekend that took 5 trucks 2.5 hours to get to the top.
wow where are these trails i just cant seam to find them and i live in manistee county i have been out looking for fun stuff and never seam to find the good trails
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