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no Jeep looks better in the snow than a Firecracker Red.
I dunno... HB looks pretty damn good in snow, too. Certainly doesn't help that neither colour is available just now. :angry:
 

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Weekend trip to Red Canyon Jeep Trail to Bradshaw Trail.
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I want to get out and run the Bradshaw trail. I have it all Mapped out but haven’t convinced my group to do it since two of us have 1 year olds. How was the trails?
 

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I want to get out and run the Bradshaw trail. I have it all Mapped out but haven’t convinced my group to do it since two of us have 1 year olds. How was the trails?
Your group? Map it out, down load off line mapping, pack some food, pew pew, water, PLB and head out. I am solo 100% of the time (I also carry a sat phone for extra peace of mind)..
Bradshaw is about as easy as it gets.
Red Canyon Jeep Trail is easy with a couple low end moderate sections. Nothing crazy.
Desert weather is here. Seize it!

I know nothing about kids. Can a one year old even hold its head up?
 
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Is that is that the former Hazelton Adventure Park in Hazelton, PA?
I’m not sure. Rausch Creek is a little south if Hazelton in Pine Grove, PA. There’s also AOAA nearby. I haven’t been to AOAA yet.
 

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I’m not sure. Rausch Creek is a little south if Hazelton in Pine Grove, PA. There’s also AOAA nearby. I haven’t been to AOAA yet.
I miss spoke…meant Paragon Adventure Park. It is right in Hazleton. I used to wheel there back in ‘98.
 

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Your group? Map it out, down load off line mapping, pack some food, pew pew, water, PLB and head out. I am solo 100% of the time (I also carry a sat phone for extra peace of mind)..
Bradshaw is about as easy as it gets.
Red Canyon Jeep Trail is easy with a couple low end moderate sections. Nothing crazy.
Desert weather is here. Seize it!

I know nothing about kids. Can a one year old even hold its head up?
I enjoy having good company to drink with around a good fire. I do enjoy some alone wheeling but it’s not my thing. My one year old is pretty much walking around now. She’s a blast to have around while wrenching in the garage.
 


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Well I loaded up the Jeep with everything to shoot and practice pistol shooting for 3 hours. I had my son and his girlfriend with me. Had a great time shooting and offroading there and back.

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My wife and I drove up the hill to explore the nearby roads in the mountains. It was great with the top open (and the heated seats blasting)! We turned around once we started getting into too much snow/mud.

I'm really impressed with the RokBlokz mud flaps. Lots of mud on them, but none on the doors!

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First time out on obstacles since the re-gear and putting on the 35s. The re-gear made a huge difference in 4-lo.

I also lost yet another pry bar in the parking area though. If anyone finds a pry bar at Rowher OR Cleghorn, they're mine. 🤦‍♀️
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Needing a few bits & bobs, I drove to Manny, Moe and Jack's place.

I do still enjoy the novelty of the sound of rain on the soft top sounding like rainfall on a tent.

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