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Southwest Indiana newbie

Hi all,

I live in southwest Indiana where there are a few places to ride. However, I am a full time college student with two children and not much time for anything else right now. I hope to get my boat in the water and do some trail riding and camping this spring and summer. That all depends on my semester and how many classes I am taking this summer.

I have a 98 Tj and just recently rescued a 01Xj from the junkyard and am in the process of replacing the quarter panel on it. The Xj will be my wife's replacement for her Pontiac. I have owned the Tj for 7 years now and love it. Took it last summer to the Hula Balu concert in Louisville, Ky top down goin and comin. I wouldn't trade my TJ for anything... well maybe a bigger one.

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