My very first roadbook
This here is the very first roadbook I made in July 1983 to celebrate my birthday with my friends. It wasn't very hard. not by terrain nor by reading. But it showed already most of the symbols I kept until today. LAST DRIVEN: 1985
Start is at Steinfort, the border village when you drive from Luxembourg to Arlon in Belgium. The exact place is the parking lot in front of the "Mairie"- not sure if you may still park there today. The end is some kilometres south of Martelange on the luxembourg-belgian border.
Legal notice: Driving this one may be not legal. Probably you will be shot right then and there or just caught, trown in prison and sold as slave. No, seriously now. There are loong stretches of forests, both in Luxembourg and Belgium. In both countries it's unlawful to drive dirt tracks through forests anymore. Also you will pass on several occasions through rivers- another source of trouble. You can probably get away if you drive it with a single car or a Quad. But don't bet on it. Also there is absolutely NO warranty that the tracks still exist like they did.
At that time I was a proud owner of a Suzuki LJ 80 pictured above, a tiny 4x4 with a tremendous off road capability. It's the only car I ever owned that can match and outrun even the best Land Rover 90V8 ever built. Sadly a bad case of terminal rust separated us after an all-too-short life. I darely miss the little funny car- except in winter.
But here is the roadbook if you still dare to risk it.
The usual explications:
14 were ruts and mud. Nothing to
5-6: Old railroad, was funny to drive.
66. Down and into the river.