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Old 02-17-2008, 02:02 PM   #1
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Yes, I wheel it!

Hey Y'all!!!

I'm Shelly. I live in Beaverton Oregon with my son. I work full time, love my job, and absolutely adore my family!

I have an 03 Rubicon (tomb raider) that has enough mods to it to get me in trouble. 4.5" RE SA Lift, 2.5" BB, 35" Mud Terrains, a winch (that i've NEVER used for myself ) some custom bumpers, and lot of really cool stickers.

I wheel it, i wheel it hard. I'm learning how to fix it after I break it too! I love hangin' in the garage, wrenchin' and learning to fix my own stuff.

Anyway, there's alot more to know about me, and i really dont feel like typing all 31 years of my life right now. If you wanna know, ask!

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Welcome, Shelly,to the best Jeep Wrangler Forum on the planet! Glad to have you along for the ride! If you get a chance, please send a pic; I'd like to se what you're driving. Again, welcome!
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Welcome, Shelly,to the best Jeep Wrangler Forum on the planet! Glad to have you along for the ride! If you get a chance, please send a pic; I'd like to se what you're driving. Again, welcome!
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Hey, welcome Rubigoddess. Have you ever been to Moab? Just curious as if you have, I have already heard of you........... If not, that is ok. It is all good, either way, just wanted to know how small this world, really is.
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nice rig RUBI, get back at me sometime about those trail rides and we'll go get in some trouble!
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Hey, welcome Rubigoddess. Have you ever been to Moab? Just curious as if you have, I have already heard of you........... If not, that is ok. It is all good, either way, just wanted to know how small this world, really is.

Yes, I went to Moab a couple years ago with a group that I no longer associate with......uh, what have you heard???????

In all reality, that was probably one of the best memories of my life. I drove to Moab from Portland OR all by myself.....i was REALLY sick of myself by the time I got home. Good times though!
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nice rig RUBI, get back at me sometime about those trail rides and we'll go get in some trouble!
It's a trap!!! he's da fuzz man.


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It's a trap!!! he's da fuzz man.


Oh, and welcome goddess
Whose to say I dont want to be caught in his trap?????
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Oh see, Now you're getting me all excited!
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Yes, I went to Moab a couple years ago with a group that I no longer associate with......uh, what have you heard???????
i am almost positive this has got to be a good story

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Yes, I went to Moab a couple years ago with a group that I no longer associate with......uh, what have you heard???????

In all reality, that was probably one of the best memories of my life. I drove to Moab from Portland OR all by myself.....i was REALLY sick of myself by the time I got home. Good times though!

Ah, this is too funny. I was in Moab, a couble of years ago, and your name was mentioned around the camp fire. This is very amazing. Well certainly great to see you on here. Life is full of surprises.............. And I will agree that was the best week I have ever had, wheeling.
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Ah, this is too funny. I was in Moab, a couble of years ago, and your name was mentioned around the camp fire. This is very amazing. Well certainly great to see you on here. Life is full of surprises.............. And I will agree that was the best week I have ever had, wheeling.

Let me guess....Todd????? Were you camping with Pete and them?

That was an amazing trip. We stayed in the hotel in town. I dont know how you did it with no shower after hours and hours out there in the dust. I loved my shower that week!
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Let me guess....Todd????? Were you camping with Pete and them?

That was an amazing trip. We stayed in the hotel in town. I dont know how you did it with no shower after hours and hours out there in the dust. I loved my shower that week!
I camped and wheeled with the Montrose, CO group. So the names of the young men, are forgotten, that became so infatuated with your handle, and the hours they spent trying to catch a glimpse of you, is legendary.........

As far as camping in the desert, no problem, as the nights were cool, and the showers were readily available at the camp ground, across the street from McDonald's. We just threw a towel and extra set of clothes in a pull string bag, and took our showers after wheeling, and before going back to camp. It was great!!!!!!!!!! The biggest problem we had was having our lips crack, from the sun and arid conditions. Lip balm, is a must out there, and that was so strange to me, as I have never had to use any of that stuff before.
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I camped and wheeled with the Montrose, CO group. So the names of the young men, are forgotten, that became so infatuated with your handle, and the hours they spent trying to catch a glimpse of you, is legendary.........

As far as camping in the desert, no problem, as the nights were cool, and the showers were readily available at the camp ground, across the street from McDonald's. We just threw a towel and extra set of clothes in a pull string bag, and took our showers after wheeling, and before going back to camp. It was great!!!!!!!!!! The biggest problem we had was having our lips crack, from the sun and arid conditions. Lip balm, is a must out there, and that was so strange to me, as I have never had to use any of that stuff before.
They didn't look too hard as I was at the market EVERY morning figuring out what group I was gonna wheel with! It was a simply AMAZING time. Anyone who hasn't made it to Moab yet, I strongly recommend it. And yes, bring sun tan lotion (even in April)! It was HOT and the sun was damaging (I speak from experience).

It was one of those adventures in my life that I will never forget, and probably never have another adventure that could compare to that. I met alot of amazing people, alot of jack asses, and did a lot of REALLY rad wheelin'. SO MUCH FUN! I cant stress it enough!
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It was one of those adventures in my life that I will never forget, and probably never have another adventure that could compare to that. I met alot of amazing people, alot of jack asses, and did a lot of REALLY rad wheelin'. SO MUCH FUN! I cant stress it enough!
So you've already met a few of us, huh? So, who from here was there!?

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