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Lostcause

Another St.louis newbie

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Hello all , I've been snooping around the site and it looks like fun so I decided I'd register.

My name is Mike and I have an addiction to atv's and diesel pickups (according to the wife):wink: I'm sure I'll meet other folks here with the same addiction:laugh:

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Hmm another new person near the STL area. Welcome to the site!!

Which part of Illinois are you from? I'm from South County about... hmm.... 10-15mins from ST Louis

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Hmm another new person near the STL area. Welcome to the site!!

Which part of Illinois are you from? I'm from South County about... hmm.... 10-15mins from ST Louis

I'm in Collinsville

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Mostly on private property (family and friends) down around the Rolla Missouri area. We've been down to St.Joe state park near Farmington Missouri one time and it was a good place to ride. Hopefully we'll be going again soon. Although St.Joe isn't too far I wish we had something closer. It's been hard for me because I was raised in the country where there was plenty of room to ride without ever loading 'em up but lifes changes have landed me in the city.....oh well maybe someday I'll be back in the sticks where I belong.

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I'm in Collinsville

O really My mom's grandparents lived there before they past away. My grandpa past away few months ago. We still got their house near Collinsville. Its like in the middle of maryville,troy, and cottonwood. It's like 2 miles from the new Walgreens going at where the old rib stack was going to troy.

Cleaning that house is hard man. 60 years of junk. they never thru away anything. I bet we only got it to 40 something years left. So far since few months ago when my grandpa dead we had about over 50 big black trash bags worth of stuff:aargh:

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As for me I got a few places where we go trailing or mudding. Well 1 since I'm in the city no places to run around at. But we do have a good size farm down on *Old lemay ferry road* about 50 miles from STL Also we got are cousin's places.

Sometimes if we work on the atv we got down to my uncles. Since my aunt's day owns a softball field they have trails all back in the woods. They also got a long parking lot for those nice flatout runs.

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and down in Sedgewickville,MO about 2 hours down from STL. Are cousin's hold a big mud runs few times a year.

Here's a link to some pics from few weeks ago down there.

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/pictures-videos-board/3839-some-pictures-08-mud-runs-sedgewickville-mo.html

They love the mud, trucks, and atvs. So sad/ and kool they even got a monster pinto mudder LOL...

To bad the tires were flat when i got there....

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