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    Had some fun in my Jeep recently

    Overall it was a great trip, my breakage was a little more than I had intended (messed up my tranny, and it claimed a front caliper) A stock TJ on 30's is pretty capable! Anyway heres some photos..
    Group 1 for the day..





    I had to poop..

    More people had to poop..

    We are still waiting on a buddy but we get a text saying he is gonna be a bit. So we hit the trails. I took the lead..
    Hey look a 2013 10th anniversary Jeep Wrangler Rubicon..I want one of those!

    Stopped on the trail for something I can't remember but I took a picture of my Jeep


    Ah yeah, lets not go this way..

    Let me turn around..

    Yarr!

    This way is better, follow me guys..

    Down through the puddle..


    and out..you guys got it?

    Jeep number 1 has it..

    and number 2...good lets move on

    and we forge ahead more..


    Hey Marlon is back up in the parking lot, lets go meet him..but wait some puddles to play in..






    Ok our other buddy is here..

    You lead for awhile though dude..


    Minutes later, I somehow end back up in the lead and fawk...


    Ok thanks for the tug out..


    then seconds later..it happens again..not as much water this time though

    thanks again for the strap on man..

    At one point I end up getting hung up again, but ended up winching myself out due other jeeps getting stuck besides us. Its a bad trail..Ok lets get off the "mild to wild" trail peeps..




    Messing around in the common area..

    The two TJ's..


    The uni bodies join in..


    More common area photos




    Yeah people are starting to break...little did I know I was half broken when I tried to leave..


    All and all I had a really great time, just cost me a little more than I had intended but thats part of wheeling right? I hope you enjoyed the photos, might be awhile before I'm able to get back out..
    DRobinson, T-Mo, andy b. and 2 others like this.

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    Great pics, thanks for sharing!
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    It looks like the Libertys kept up pretty good. I had wondered about their off-road prowess. I wouldn't mind having a Liberty, but prefer the older, more rounded ones instead of the newer "Nitro" look.
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    Very cool. Does that park require flags on the rear of the vehicle?

    Most that I have been to require flags on the front of the vehicle so the flag is the first thing you see when someone is driving over a hill.



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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    It looks like the Libertys kept up pretty good. I had wondered about their off-road prowess. I wouldn't mind having a Liberty, but prefer the older, more rounded ones instead of the newer "Nitro" look.
    This is the last year of the KK (08-13 Liberties, the boxy ones) They are bringing out the KL, also known as the Jeep Cherokee for 2014..

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Very cool. Does that park require flags on the rear of the vehicle?

    Most that I have been to require flags on the front of the vehicle so the flag is the first thing you see when someone is driving over a hill.
    Um, I'm not sure, I have been to Bundy Hill a couple times now and always ran my flag on the back. I run it on the back when I go to the Badlands off road park too down in Attica Indiana.

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