I have covered the entire state, but I spend too much time in the more populated areas in the middle and SE. It's pretty okay up in the northern part of Michigan, but the offroading here is kind of dull. All sand, or mud, very little rock. We have loads and loads of motorcycle and ATV trails, but they are almost all deep sandy whooped out messes. Some singletrack is good, but other times it's a six inch wide, foot and a half deep sand rut that winds through the forest for miles. It looks nicer than it is.
What's really happened here is that I have become accustomed to it, after so long. Jaded, perhaps. I know it's beautiful, but the good part is hours away from here. I have to drive at least eight hours to rock climb. Two or more to kayak, and the water is still so slow I could knit a hat while paddling my whitewater boat, if I knitted.
Michigan really is nice, but I am ready for a different kind of nice now.
Yeah, the freeway I would drive to get to most of the good stuff would be the middle finger. Heh!