Good Ol downtown Myrtle Beach here near where the pavilion used to be! I have seen two local Patriots a silver one similar to mine and a burgundy one at HGTC's Grand Strand Campus parked in the faculty lot. I have new respect for SC Educational System after seeing it!!
Not too much off roading going on in Columbia I bet. I just moved to Lake Wylie, SC from Myrtle Beach. I can honestly say I've missed the hills. I know their is a state park near by but I'm not sure if you can go off road though.
Well I'm fine with Gaston, West Cola, Lexington, Elgin, and other areas surrounding Columbia... I just don't want to drive 2 hours and pay $50 to ride around on a some trails... I know there are trails, mudholes and rough roads out there, I just don't know where. Or which ones will get me shot at or arrested.
I followed the dirt road as far around Sesqui Park as I could. Honestly, that dirt road was almost as smooth as the paved road I live on LOL... it was enjoyable. My son and I saw some deer, but there was absolutely NOTHING to the roads themselves. Nice long dirt road that goes all the way around the lake/pond, but they chain it off about halfway through and it's quite literally, just a well maintained dirt road.
I've known so many rednecks all my life. I practically LIVED in the woods when I was a kid. Now I've got a Jeep and I can't find a place to take it offroad for the life of me... sweet irony :icon_rolleyes:
Any Kentucky folks on here send a message sometime if interested in sharing what you have done or maybe thinking of doing hit me up sometime I’m always interested in hearing what others have done or considering