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dsammond
Wrangler Rookie in Oregon

Hello, Wrangler Forum.

I'm thrilled and grateful to join your community. I have coveted Jeeps all my life, and finally got in a position to buy one. It's a 2011 Wrangler Unlimited, painted in what I like to think of as "Mid-Life Crisis Red." The car is my daily-driver, and I haul kids, dog, projects, and kayaks with it. Never before have I owned a car that continues (after weeks after its purchase) to put me in a good mood just by driving it. And I really am enjoying learning about the Jeep and Wrangler communities. I'm looking into organizations here in NW Oregon (Portland area) that would help a newbie like me find and explore some beginner-level offroad terrain in a stock Wrangler. I'll keep reading!

Sincerely,

David

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