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Old 07-31-2007
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Any off roading in Nebraska?

I'm moving to lincoln this January for school and was wondering if there were any locals on the forums who could tell me if there's any good off roading there?
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There aren't many "official tracks" around. I really wouldn't know though I've never looked for any. Just get to know some kids from small towns around there. Farm kids and such. Ask them, they might be willing to take you back home with them for some offroading, probably get a good home cooked meal too. Try checking along the Platte River too. It is really wide in a lot of places, some nice places to get stuck in around there. We just usually drove around out in the country with an 18 pack of Busch Light looking for places to tear it up. Don't head into any fields though, farmers don't care for that much. If you really want some fun you can take a trip out to Halsey, NE (population 60) near the Nebraska National Forest, which is smack dab in the middle of the sandhills. They have a website, Halsey Trails
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Is Nebraska a state? I always figured it was a big joke like Mount Rushmore in South Dakota or Arkansaw.(or is it Arkansas, who knows!)
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Your right nebraska is made up, hahahahahaha, so funny
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Yup,Nebraska is completely make believe....

Some of the better mud-holes I've ever been through are right here in the Heartland broseph
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You guys actually have elevation changes, like holes and such?

I mean, Montana isn't any better. In order to get power, we have to have a bison walk on a giant sized mouse wheel connected to a flux capacitor.
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