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01-12-2006 08:00 PM
daddyjeep My neighbor got out his new Harley today, maybe I should take my top off...Nah. we are definately having some odd January weather here in PA.
01-10-2006 08:24 PM
BillR 4* here this morning. The hard top's gotta stay on awhile longer...
01-05-2006 02:42 PM
pennybuy
Keysers Ridge windstorm

Hey Mr. Menker I have an idea lets run the 4 x 4's up the side of the cut at Keysers Ridge and see how much wind they take before they slide across the ground. Or better yet, out on Sand Flats Rd...that should make them move....

Bill
01-03-2006 10:51 PM
hmenker My youngest son owns an '81 Scrambler. Two years ago, just before he went overseas with the military, he drove his Scrambler every day to work nearly topless (bikini only), even in the dead of winter. We average 200+ inches of snow each year + really cold temperatures + high winds since we're in the Appalachian Mountains. He'd dress as if he lived in the Arctic and drive to/from work every night. If I can find any of the pics I'll post them.
01-03-2006 09:32 PM
daddyjeep Turkey hunting. A male turkey is called a gobbler. In the spring you are only allowed to hunt gobblers, not hens, therefore, spring gobbler season.
01-01-2006 07:44 PM
amerijeep
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Originally Posted by daddyjeep
My top will be firmly bolted in place until after spring gobbler season.

What in the world is spring gobbler season? Is this a northern thing?
01-01-2006 07:02 PM
daddyjeep
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Originally Posted by jeeperman
Yeah, cruising around topless in December ROCKS!!! Oh wait, I am in MICHIGAN and I am watching it snow right now... I just want to say that all of you that keep rubbing in the fact that you live somewhere warm SUCK! (Actually, I am just insanely jealous! :o ) Everyone have a safe and happy new year's eve!
Yea but playing in the snow is too fun to move somewhere warm. How often to you get to wheel in the snow in Texas? My top will be firmly bolted in place until after spring gobbler season. I made the mistake of taking it off once in spring gobbler season when it got into the 60's during the day. The problem was it was in the 30's at 4am.
12-31-2005 06:31 PM
amerijeep Hey hey! I got to cruise a bit topless for New Year's Eve. Sweet! Looks like tomorrow is another top off day.

Happy New Year, Ya'll.
12-31-2005 11:24 AM
Texapple
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I just want to say that all of you that keep rubbing in the fact that you live somewhere warm SUCK! (Actually, I am just insanely jealous! ) Everyone have a safe and happy new year's eve!
Ditto!!
30' & cloudy today in Jersey
warm climate is in my future (about 5 years)..........I'll never put the top on when I get home to Texas
12-31-2005 10:59 AM
jeeperman Yeah, cruising around topless in December ROCKS!!! Oh wait, I am in MICHIGAN and I am watching it snow right now... I just want to say that all of you that keep rubbing in the fact that you live somewhere warm SUCK! (Actually, I am just insanely jealous! :o ) Everyone have a safe and happy new year's eve!
12-30-2005 06:50 PM
jeeptales
Hotter than that!

In San Antonio it has been in the 80s all week!

I got the Rubicon detailed today and swapped out all the scratched-up Fender Flairs Today...

My plan is to bring in the New Year Topless Too!

Before you know it I will be the Bling Bling Jeep Again

Topless Jeep @ New Years....This could be "Jeeps Gone Wild!!!"
12-28-2005 09:40 PM
khenderson it's been upper 50's and 60's here in tenn this last week, and i'd have the jeep out and naked if she weren't in the garage getting her christmas presents added to her.
12-28-2005 08:54 PM
4Jeepn Today started out I think in the mid 60's the sun was out and i was tempted to take the jeep out, but then about an hour later it went to hell, light rain, clouds rolled in.
12-28-2005 08:37 PM
amerijeep
Celebrating the holidays topless.

It's been in the 70s here in Mississippi since Christmas Eve. I've been cruising topless all week. Nothing like cruising topless on for the holidays. That's the way Santa Claus does it! Looks like tomorrow may be another topless day. We're thinking of turning the AC back on. Anybody else getting to ditch the top lately?

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