Suprised at people who are surprised about finding old vehicles and foundations in the woods. The woods up here are littered with them. Oh, and watch out for wells, especially near the foundations.
The weirdest vehicle-related thing I've seen was when I was probably 10-12 years old, riding bikes in the woods with my best friend. We were riding down this trail and came across the chassis of an old mail truck. In the tree next to it there was a noose hanging. Also another time riding ATVs in the same woods we found a 70s Bronco with the n-word spraypainted all over it, fully in tact, right next to a half-stripped Studebaker Wagonaire. The Bronco is gone now but the Studebaker is still there.
As far as weird/cool things out wheeling...
another fine example of said junked cars...
Nobody has taken advantage of this offer yet...
This was a great story... brand new (at the time) Tahoe LTZ, backed off the side of a trail down into a 5ft ditch with 3ft of water at the bottom. My buddy and I came across this around 11pm. Assumed it was stolen...
We came back about an hour later and came across a guy extracting it. I guess what happened was the owner was trying to turn around and accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and backed off the edge.
My favorite old vehicular find... an old Ford converted into some type of tractor. Can't believe how solid it is, and the fact that so many parts are still there! I was actually able to get 2 gears on the transmission too!
Here is a very stange find. A cemetary that appears fairly well-kept on a trail in the middle of the woods. Along the trail is a tall stone wall, and I'm guessing that the opening goes to an underground area where they store the bodies when the ground is frozen, until they can dig the graves? Some of the "traditional" (ie. larger and easily accessible) cemetaries have similar vaults.
Apparently we have kangaroos in NH.
A cool historical marker out on a trail.
Another, very unusual historical marker. My thoughts: who really cares, in a town that's 98.46% white?
This poor monkey was found near this house. Apparently blue monkeys bleed white blood.
There is another very cool half-collapsed house but my phone was dead when I came across it. What makes it unique is that somebody used it as a graffiti art canvas. Normally I wouldn't put "graffiti" and "art" in the same sentence... but I'm not talking tag names. Really nice paintings and portraits that look spray-bombed. And literally everything around it is tagged too. About 2 miles in the woods.
If you want a very interesting (but very long) read with cool pictures, check out my buddy's trip report here