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Old 06-04-2013, 11:37 AM   #1
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What did you do WITH your JK today?

Since it's not really about the mods we install, but places they take us. So let's make this an ongoing thread of what you did WITH your JK recently.

Sunday I drove to the top of an unnamed "peak". Max altitude reached on the trip was a little over 11,200 feet.


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Old 06-04-2013, 11:50 AM   #3
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Good thread !!

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Old 06-08-2013, 10:45 PM   #7
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Absolutely awesome! Wish I had a view like that around here.

I found an old mining road that didn't go anywhere, but had a nice overlook.

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Good thread !!

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You can! Just find any place that is cool looking and go there in the Jeep.


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Absolutely awesome! Wish I had a view like that around here.

I found an old mining road that didn't go anywhere, but had a nice overlook.

That looks nice too! Wish we could see more of the background though.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:12 AM   #9
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We are leaving for here in 3 hours for the day. Does this count for today.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:59 AM   #10
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Just back from 2000 mile road trip through NE Washington, Idaho Salmon River country & W Montana.

Hauled fire wood and fencing tools in it yesterday.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:35 PM   #11
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Is that pic from today? Either way looks nice and fun! What's the long antenna looking things on those?

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Just back from 2000 mile road trip through NE Washington, Idaho Salmon River country & W Montana.

Hauled fire wood and fencing tools in it yesterday.
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Today my Jeep took me to China Wall with some of my new Jeep'n buddies. It was also our first rock crawling experience... fun!

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I parked my JK today. We had a Yard Sale today....nice day for it and got rid of a LOT of crap....we made $220 too but I won't see any of it....the wife already stashed it.
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Sprayed down the undercarriage with WD40 to see if it would prevent mud from sticking. I think it did a pretty good job keeping stuff clean. Sprayed the rock rails too and then hit a couple local holes.

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Since it's not really about the mods we install, but places they take us. So let's make this an ongoing thread of what you did WITH your JK recently.

Sunday I drove to the top of an unnamed "peak". Max altitude reached on the trip was a little over 11,200 feet.
Amazing pic. Bad ass jeep too.
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Went and romped around in the woods! Even drove through a huge river!

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Got her naked for the first time and put 100 miles on just driving around the city!

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Walked up some steps

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Got kind of tired so stretched and flexed a little

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Saw some nice gypsum formations

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Got some nice panorama pics. Here's one

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And saw a deer having breakfast.

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I got a bit closer.
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Old 06-11-2013, 02:57 PM   #21
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We just bought a tent and will be doing this with the Jeep as well this year! Any tips for camping with your Jeep?

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I parked my JK today. We had a Yard Sale today....nice day for it and got rid of a LOT of crap....we made $220 too but I won't see any of it....the wife already stashed it.
Not bad, the wife did one Fri/Sat and raked in over $400... at least I got ice cream out of the deal.

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Amazing pic. Bad ass jeep too.
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Went and romped around in the woods! Even drove through a huge river!
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Walked up some steps

Got kind of tired so stretched and flexed a little

Saw some nice gypsum formations

Got some nice panorama pics. Here's one

And saw a deer having breakfast.
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Climbed a Hill I previously couldn't!!! I Love my new tires!!! Sorry, no photos, I was alone.
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Took the doors off for the first time and drove it around.

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Took the doors off for the first time and drove it around.
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Old 06-11-2013, 04:21 PM   #25
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This morning I gave my 11 year old his first driving lesson. The best part was he chose the jeep over moms explorer!!!
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This morning I gave my 11 year old his first driving lesson. The best part was he chose the jeep over moms explorer!!!
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Old 06-12-2013, 09:40 AM   #27
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Yesterday we when to the top of the hill near the house to view the fire.



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Old 06-23-2013, 10:24 PM   #28
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Took the Jeep to 14,110 feet today.

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Did a little trail ride with some friends from SOJA here in the woods of Southern Ohio.
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Took the doors off for the first time and drove it around.

My first time doorless was amazing!

I was like this the whole time ->

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