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Old 03-18-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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Cleared a new path

Spent time in our woods today clearing out space for the Jeep and a nice path to get through to one of the smaller clearings.
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:53 PM   #2
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Holy crap! How big is your property?

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Old 03-18-2012, 08:56 PM   #3
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I only forgot one thing...a way out. And I'm not good at backing up or getting through tight spots.
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163 acres, mostly wooded but about 20 open acres.
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163 acres, mostly wooded but about 20 open acres.

invite me please!
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:59 PM   #6
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:03 PM   #8
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Ever thought of having a Jeep party?
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Ever thought of having a Jeep party?
x2. I'd even pay an entry fee if there was place to put a tent and start a bon fire and make s'mores for the night.
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:15 PM   #10
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I'd have a Jeep party if I could convince my husband that the place wouldn't get torn up! I asked him for the chain saw so I could cut a few more things out of my way, and he looked at me like I had a meth lab in my skull.
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Im in PA, Id come down and help clear out for a chance to just ride in the woods.
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We'd promise to fix anything we break.
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We'd promise to fix anything we break.
x2 on both of those
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How often does he get out to those 20? It could all be grown back and filled in before he ever notices. If he wants to see what we did, just take him to a different 20 acres. He'll never know.
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And we won't break anything...on purpose
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:31 PM   #18
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Maybe a fender flare or two.
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^^^^^^ what he said
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The 20 has the barn on it, and he and my 14-y-o mow it every weekend from April-October. He notices animal tracks on it. He actually knows just about every inch of the place from walking around it for the past ten years! He's just now getting used to me driving through the trails, and I think he's secretly jealous that my Jeep goes where his hummer can't!
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The 20 has the barn on it, and he and my 14-y-o mow it every weekend from April-October. He notices animal tracks on it. He actually knows just about every inch of the place from walking around it for the past ten years! He's just now getting used to me driving through the trails, and I think he's secretly jealous that my Jeep goes where his hummer can't!
He has a hummer? I smell trouble and or a trade in coming.
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The 20 has the barn on it, and he and my 14-y-o mow it every weekend from April-October. He notices animal tracks on it. He actually knows just about every inch of the place from walking around it for the past ten years! He's just now getting used to me driving through the trails, and I think he's secretly jealous that my Jeep goes where his hummer can't!
Hummer? As long as it's a H1.
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Oh, he's jealous all right. Secretly hoping you'll rip your tranny out on a stump.
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Do your boys have dirt bikes? Quads?
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It's an H1. His 2nd son is the one with the mall crawler that I keep blocking in its parking space at work, if I'm not parked sideways on the curb in the spot.
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Since it's a H1, we'll let you stick around.
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Spent time in our woods today clearing out space for the Jeep and a nice path to get through to one of the smaller clearings.
Nothing better than da of taking the Jeep and a chainsaw through the woods for some fresh air.
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Oh thats funny. Hey, me and my wife are heading west from Louisiana this spring/summer but next year we plan on going up the East Coast. We are always open for new off roading/outdoors adventure!!!
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Oh, he's jealous all right. Secretly hoping you'll rip your tranny out on a stump.
Oh, jeez. I got lost in the woods on my ATV a few years ago - because when you get off the path and turn around it all looks the same - and all I had to get back to the barn was a walkie-talkie, the setting sun as a compass and the sound of his shotgun as a point of reference. I went through thickets and streams, all kinds of crap, and ended up stuck. I tried using the winch to get out, and it-just-would-not-get-unstuck!! I was close enough to the barn that he could find me, and he was pissed to find out that I was using the winch to get myself out of a stump caught up under the axle. I honestly couldn't figure out why I was stuck... It was a few weeks before we got the ATV back from the shop.

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