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My wife and I just got back from Michigan's upper peninsula. Today, we went through the porcupine mountains. Unfortunately, the southern boundary road was closed due to construction. Looking at my map, there were a number of logging roads that "looked" like we could shortcut through the forest and connect to a paved road. Unfortunately, after three hours and nearly getting lost, we back tracked and had to take the long detour back to Wisconsin.

Here are some pics of the trip highlights:
 

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Looks like you made a visit to the Presque Isle River. That area is my old stomping grounds. Moved out in 1992.
 

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Dude that is awesome....Have you seen that show Survivorman...ha..It would suck to get stuck out there and eat bugs...at least the titan makes a good cover to sleep in lol
 

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PRJ said:
Looks like you made a visit to the Presque Isle River. That area is my old stomping grounds. Moved out in 1992.
Actually, some of those falls are from Bond Falls near Paulding. Tried to view the Paulding light mystery, but weather did not permit.

Yeah, the Titan did a nice job on those washboard roads. It didn't shake my bladder loose like my GMC. I did some 60 mph sprints on the trails, but scared the crap out of my wife when I stopped short of one of section of road that was washed out.

The only thing I did not like is how noisey the OEM front shocks are. It has a sound like something is broken, but everything checks out well and tracks nicely on pavement.
 

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Nice pictures, did you make it through thier without ripping that airdam off?
 

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man thats some beatifull land up north...
 

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There is a surprising amount of clearance even with the airdam on, not that I would recommend that anyone put one on and go offroading. It is very rare that my truck ever see's this kind of dirt. The air dam does have a heavy green stripe on it now from mowing over all the center hump weeds.
 
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