Chicago - maybe Vermont Is your best bet? When we get back to normal life, you can cut through southern Ontario to Buffalo and onward to Albany. It might shave some drive time for you?Well, none of those is what we'd call the Midwest! Geez.
Oh, heck yes! I’ll bring some of the arsenal down for that kind of fun. If it is Pahrump, I am bringing the adventure motorcycle too. I have ridden down there for years on adventure motorcycles and it is an epic place to go!!!!Pahrump would be great. Spend a few days wheeling, then spend 4 days or so shooting.
Just figured out to get my wife to go with me. Take her to the one in Nevada and let her hit the slots in Las Vegas while I tool around in the desert LOL
Google maps and the color of the dirt west versus east indicates this is the likely candidate:Any Austeinians/Texans want to speculate on what private adventure park is an hour from Austin?
Please be an hour east of Austin because that’s where I’d be heading from...
Our honeymoon journey. Day 1 with a late start, made Niagara night 1....wow. Next day to bah harbor.... Very late again. This time I'd fly!Chicago - maybe Vermont Is your best bet? When we get back to normal life, you can cut through southern Ontario to Buffalo and onward to Albany. It might shave some drive time for you?
Or just cannonball it from Chicago to Buffalo. Spend the night. Get wings and beers. It’s a good town. Finish the drive the next day.
You could tie it in with Niagara Falls, a night in the finger lakes (Watkins glen state park is cool), maybe a Syracuse or Bills football game. The Adirondacks would be convenient to Vermont. Heck, you’ll be in the right vehicle, that’s for sure!
I wish you could see my face reading your comment.Nothing in California, even Johnson Valley where they have been testing these non-stop at Ford's testing area.
Of course, I live in SD so its about 250 miles to Vegas, but realize if I lived up in NCAL its a solid 600+ miles to Vegas. And I was mentioning it more because with nearly 40 million people (Over 1/10 of America) in California, I was surprised they didnt have one here. There are plenty of good off road spots to use. My guess is its the restrictive nature of Cali's state government and Ford wants to make sure they can have it lol.I wish you could see my face reading your comment.
Nevada is right next door to you at least. I'm in North Carolina... The nearest one for me is 800 miles away across 8 states.
I’m sure that MY22 people will be grandfathered into Roadeo school. Ford is not going to burn us early adopters. They need this launch to go as well as it can, and great Word Of Mouth when it’s done. They’re not selling cars in the USA any more. It’s all about the trucks and SUVs. Cutting Reservation people just because they wound up with MY22 would really damage what brand equity they were trying to build here.The eligibility criteria was written before they announced the MY21 cutoff. Hopefully, they just need to make an update and include MY22.
Vermont is a wonderful place. It’s really odd compared to other rural areas in the northeast. There is a distinct lack of chain restaurants, in my experience. They still have old school small town feel.I think I'd do Vermont. I've been wanting to visit there anyway. Off-Roadeo in the fall when it's gorgeous.
I sure hope so. I helped cut many of the trails out there before the place opened. It's very near my place. I used to wheel and camp out there at least one weekend a month, more in the cooler weather. I have the owner's number. I should call and ask.