New to the area (Onekama area) after recently relocating from Northern NV. Looking forward to meeting some people, volunteering, and learning the trails. I prefer fun challenging trails, camping, and exploring ("overlanding") to extreme rock crawling since my rigs have now become "classics" lol. I'm used to the open high desert and mountains with access to all the BLM and USFS land and trails you can imagine so this has been a big adjustment not to mention the margarita machines on the backs of all the plow trucks in MI, they use sand back West, works just fine and your rig doesn't melt away.

I'm somewhat familiar with the land use issues and trail closure tactics of the anti-wheelers from back West and imagine it's the same here so that is another reason I've joined, strength in organized numbers.

There's a definite need for organizations like GLFWA and looking forward to helping out where I can,

72 Bronco (Pepe)
60 Willys pick-up (Klinger)
13 Toyota Tundra TRD (Bronson)