• wayoflife

    by Published on 10-06-2015 02:11 AM

    While it wasn’t our original plan to run the Fordyce Jeep Trail, it wouldn’t have been the first time that we’ve gone off script and on a whim. Of course, it's in times like these that you can really find yourself on an adventure of a lifetime and not always because things go according to plan. If anything, this particular weekend run with our good friends Doug, his friend John, Jeff, Don, Lori, Ray and Mel quickly turned out to be a fateful one that was plagued with problem after problem. In so many ways, our rolling of the dice came up with a pair of snake eyes and if something could go wrong, it did. Still, in a crazy kind of way, this is one of those crazy trips that we always end up talking about around the campfire and always have a good laugh.

    This is a project that Cindy and I started a while back but had to shelve due to other commitments. We've recently dug it up from the archives and revisited it because we felt that it was still a great story and one that was worth sharing. We hope this trailer will inspire you to come back and watch the full length film that is scheduled to be released this month.

    To help celebrate the upcoming release of SNAKE EYES, Cindy and I will be giving away a pair of WAYALIFE shot glasses to the first person who can correctly guess how long the full length film will be. To WIN, all you have to do is post up your answer here on this thread. If nobody guesses the correct time, the prize will go to the first person who comes the closest. Only 1 guess per member is allowed and submission can be made up until the day of the film's release. The WINNER of the shot glasses will be announced at that time and they will not need to be present to win.

    WAYALIFE EPIC TREX ADVENTURES are off-road films created by Cindy and I. We have been responsible for producing the JK-Experience (also known as the JKX) video series "KEEP IT TIGHT" which was made in 2011, the 2012 series "HEARTLAND", the 2013 series "WILD WILD WEST" and the 2014 "PACIFIC NORTHWEST". We are NOT paid professionals who have been hired to film events but rather, we are amateurs who simply enjoy sharing what we do and love. Our films are produced and paid for entirely by us and we receive absolutely NO funding from manufacturers or vendors to help subsidize our work.
    by Published on 09-29-2015 02:17 AM
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    As some of you may recall, Cindy and I took Moby's old 40x15.50 Nitto Mud Grapplers mounted on 20" ATX Slab and painted the rings Dozer Yellow so that we could run them on Rubicat. Unfortunately, things didn't work out as well as we would ...
    by Published on 09-27-2015 01:08 AM
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    Okay, so we actually took these shots last night and I was hoping to get them up sooner but I had a few things I needed to take care of today first. Anyway, here are the shots you've been waiting for - Rusty with his new 31x10.50 BFG M/T KM2 Tires Mounted on ProComp Series 82 White Wheels. I hope you like ...
    by Published on 09-21-2015 05:09 PM
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    Soon after learning that our son Andrew was planning to move back west, Cindy and I decided that a great way to celebrate his homecoming was to give him our old 1997 Jeep XJ Cherokee. Of course, that would leave us with an open stable and so for a while now, we had been looking for a new Jeep to help fill in the void. Being that we had just adopted Emma, our 1969 Kaiser Jeepster Commando C101, we felt that maybe it was time to get what we've always wanted, something a bit older and that would be a Willys! After looking far and near for about a month or so and coming up empty handed, we finally found Pappy - a 1954 Willys CJ3B. Here are a few photos of what he looks like and we hope that you will welcome here on WAYALIFE

    Ironically, we just happened to pass this ...
    by Published on 09-20-2015 05:08 PM

    Well, Cindy and I weren't sure that our son Andrew would ever move back west let alone to Carson City but I can't tell you how glad we are to have him here. To help celebrate his home coming, we have decided to give him Plan-C, our 1997 Jeep XJ Cherokee. Needless to say, as of today, this rig is officially his and he has named it Jon Snow.

    So, the good news is that Jon Snow will still be a part of the WAYALIFE family and hopefully, we'll be able to get more shots of it on the trail only with Andrew behind the wheel.
    by Published on 09-18-2015 05:06 PM
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    It was such a beautiful morning today that Cindy and I decided to get the family out and take a family portrait... well, maybe a few of them From left to right, you have Renny - our 2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk, Rubicat - our 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon Unlimited, Moby - our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited, Plan-C - our 1997 Jeep XJ Cherokee, Rusty - our 1972 Jeep J2000 Pick-Up Truck and last but not least, Emma - our 1969 Jeepster Commando C101.
    by Published on 09-15-2015 08:47 PM
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    If you're tired of getting hung up and dragging your super low hanging rear axle lower control arm mounts on rocks and other obstacles out on the trail, there is a simple and cost effective solution available for your Jeep JK Wrangler and it's known as an EVO Rock Star. Made by EVO MFG, the Rock Stars are essentially lower control arm mount skids that allow you to chop the bottom of your factory control arm axle mounts and raise the ...
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