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Old 07-18-2007, 07:37 PM   #1
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Hey you helpful troll

I'm gonna go take some pics... I hope. I have to take the baby with. Oh well, I got to start her early! LOL

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Old 07-18-2007, 11:55 PM   #2
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:11 AM   #3
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Don't know which helpful troll you're talking to but...
Good pictures.

If you have the proper carseat for the child's age/size, and the trails don't get too rough, your little one should be safe and enjoy the ride.

My YJ was my DD when my daughter was born. She loved it from the get-go... Still does 10 years later, so does my son.
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It's the right seat for her, and I was careful where I took her. I'm hoping when she gets older she'll still like to go play with me. I took my fiance mud bogging on sat. and she had more fun than I did! It's a great family experience.
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Old 07-19-2007, 07:36 AM   #5
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Nice photo's...hey you gotta start them young!
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Old 07-19-2007, 07:52 AM   #6
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Yeah, I love the fact that my wife gets involved. She rides her 4-wheeler almost as good as me..... almost..... and she can actually outshoot me with a handgun... hell i fell in love with her when i saw the buck she killed mounted on the wall when we were dating.... family fun is the $hit
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I take mine shooting as well. Just got back from shooting actually, I shot a rabbit. First time I've killed anything.
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I take mine shooting as well. Just got back from shooting actually, I shot a rabbit. First time I've killed anything.
You take your what shooting? Your jeep, baby or wife?

Skeeter takes his shooting, too. Ask me how I know, go on, ask me.

Congrats on bringing home dinner. How ya gonna fix it?
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Congrats on bringing home dinner. How ya gonna fix it?
Silly, you can't fix it after it's dead. It's dead for good.
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Doh!
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But, but, but... You're wrong, Mom and Dad would never lie to me!



Ok, ripbiker13, how are you going to cook the tasty bunny flesh?

Is that better, Tiny?
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But, but, but... You're wrong, Mom and Dad would never lie to me!
Yes dear, fluffy went to the farm. He's still running in the fields with the hamster you forgot to feed and the fish who learned how to float upsidedown.
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Old 07-20-2007, 02:27 AM   #14
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I think he's referring to me

Now thats more like it! Did ya drag at all cresting that hill?

Awesome shots!
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Great pics! Its always cool to hear of people bringing their kids along, no matter what age really.
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Nice pix! I didn't know you were able to put a car seat in the middle of the back seat. Can you do it with an infant carrier too? I thought it had to go on either side. How'd ya do it?
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I think he's referring to me

Now thats more like it! Did ya drag at all cresting that hill?

Awesome shots!
Yes, I'm talking about you, you helpful troll. No, cresting the hill I never hit, but it IS steep. It looks worse in person than in the pics. Most ppl out there were afraid to go over until I did. Wimps!

Nice pix! I didn't know you were able to put a car seat in the middle of the back seat. Can you do it with an infant carrier too? I thought it had to go on either side. How'd ya do it?

I used the loops in the back of the jeep, and hooked the safety straps to those loops. It holds better than the seatbelt does. As far as infant seats, I'm sure you can if you have the safety straps.


Oh and I didn't eat the rabbit, just shot it. Wasn't a good kill.

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