|04-04-2007 12:59 PM|
|Badge1236||Speaking as one of the cj people we don't take it too personal, we made the decision to drive the older vehicle. Mainly for nostalgic reasons. Also not all the cool people come from PA. I personally know some very cold ones in MI.|
|04-04-2007 09:54 AM|
|binaryking||Welcome buddy! All the coolest people come from PA.|
|04-04-2007 09:40 AM|
|04-04-2007 09:32 AM|
|MOz||I live a couple of miles east of Mt. Pocono.|
|04-03-2007 08:05 PM|
Hey MOz, welcome.
What part of the Poconos? I'm near Jim Thorpe.
|04-03-2007 05:59 PM|
|amy||Howdy, MOz. Welcome back into the fold and welcome to WF.|
|04-03-2007 05:55 PM|
Song and Dance
"Welcome back...to same ole place that you laughed about
Oh....got a little carried away.....HI!!!!
|04-03-2007 11:32 AM|
Welcome to WF and back to the Jeep family. We understand your enthusiasm
You have some of the best east coast wheel'n in your back yard.....if your interested in getting out on the trails, check out Paragon & Rausch Creek (just a short drive south on Rt 81)....maybe I'll see ya out there!
|04-03-2007 10:23 AM|
Greetings from the Poconos
Greetings My Fellow Jeep Enthusiasts,
It's been a truly refreshing experience to get back into something I haven't enjoyed for almost 20 years. I recently bought an '02 Wrangler X to pacify my mid-life cravings for fun....and it's just what the doctor ordered!!!
I can't believe how much the newer platforms have evolved compared to my previous '68 CJ6 I owned many years ago. Power steering, fuel injection, disk brakes, a high output motor!.... I can go on all day but you guys get the point. (No disrespect intended to you CJ drivers).
The best part had to be when I was pulling out of the dealership and was proceeding down the road when another Jeep approached me. The other driver waved and as if my subconscious mind was guiding me, without thought or hesitation, after 20 years of being Jeep less, my hand came off the wheel to return the greeting. To say the least, that moment was priceless. It instantly brought me back to that intangible feeling of being part of something unique, something special...the Jeep Club.
It is because of your efforts the Jeep culture has remained alive and vibrant. My humble appreciation goes out to all of you for keeping the Jeep tradition a truly vibrant American icon. Many, many thanks indeed and thank you for the opportunity to participate in your forum.
See you on the trails,