|06-04-2013 07:32 AM|
Jeep Jam was great. I think well over 200 rigs were there. There was something for everyone from little kids up to the Obstacle Course for adults. The food was good and the vendor participation was okay but I'm sure will continue to grow. The raffle was pretty lame but considering the tickets were part of the registratuion, it was okay. It would be great if they had some sort of swap meet, but again, this was only the 4th or 5th year for the event.
Kenny and Christina are in the Shenandoah Nat'l Forest right now and should be up around Harrisonburg by tomorrow or Thursday. They are doing well. Christina had to leave the trail in May to attend the funeral of her other Grandmother. She has lost both her grandmothers since starting the trip. Hopefully these crisies are behind them now and smooth sailing lies l by mid-September.
|06-03-2013 10:34 PM|
|Reaper2332||Looks like you had a blast! How did the jam turn out? Also how's your son doing on thier hike?|
|06-03-2013 10:20 AM|
Great weekend! Went to Jeep Jam Saturday and then over to Flagpole. Camped at the overlook right at the top of the first long hill. Great time. My wife drove Flagpole for the first time. Not another rig in site on Sunday.