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JAGS
10-04-2012, 06:39 PM
I've had my jeep a few months now and there just truly is something special/different about experiencing the outdoors this way. My family loves to explore new places. We recently set off to Utah's Bryce and Zion and a second trip to Sedona (first to Sedona a few years ago). This time, I had my new Jeep though and the experience sparked the true "Way of Life" mentality. So here are some pics of JAGS' first big Jeep adventure. BTW, JAGS are the initials of my family.

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JAGS
10-04-2012, 06:47 PM
A few more shots. G and S are future way of lifers. Zip line and quad runs!

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JAGS
10-04-2012, 06:54 PM
The family that Jeeps together, stays together. A sample of how we (JAGS) roll. Stock rubi and all.

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Thanks for letting me share and providing a forum to do so. Maybe J (Jason - me) and the whole JAGS crew will see you out on a trail soon. :thumb:

4-Lo
10-05-2012, 06:04 AM
This is so awesome. I got married at the beginning of the summer, and my wife and I bought our Rubicon (Unlimited, for future kids) with this EXACT intention. We love exploring and seeing new things, and we'll be raising our kids to do the same. I hope JAGS have a lot of great adventures, and hey, there's nothing wrong with a stock Rubicon! We should organize some stock-Rubicon friendly outings!

JAGS
10-05-2012, 07:10 AM
This is so awesome. I got married at the beginning of the summer, and my wife and I bought our Rubicon (Unlimited, for future kids) with this EXACT intention. We love exploring and seeing new things, and we'll be raising our kids to do the same. I hope JAGS have a lot of great adventures, and hey, there's nothing wrong with a stock Rubicon! We should organize some stock-Rubicon friendly outings!

Very cool 4lo. Stock jeep better than no jeep. That's my motto right now. Lol.

I'm part of a club in OC called OC 4 play. Check em out on FB as most members are stocks or minimal mods. Low key group, which is cool for learning and getting confident in ur rig.

Raymond7905
10-05-2012, 09:39 AM
Stock jeep better than no jeep. That's my motto right now. Lol.

True that!

gouacats
10-05-2012, 12:37 PM
<img src="http://wayalife.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=5560"/>

Hey, I know that spot! We love Sedona. Plenty for the whole family to do and it's close enough for a quick weekend out.

FoxC
10-05-2012, 03:04 PM
Great family and great pictures!

wayoflife
10-05-2012, 04:43 PM
Awesome pics!! Love it out there - thanks for sharing those with us :thumb:

JAGS
10-05-2012, 04:46 PM
Hey, I know that spot! We love Sedona. Plenty for the whole family to do and it's close enough for a quick weekend out.

Yep. Rented a jeep in sedona about 3-4 years ago (with kids in car seats and all) and that is when I first got the idea to own one. Was way cool to go back in mine. :rock:

Though I will say, that red rock dirt is a BITCH to clean. Stains everything on the undercarriage and I'm still getting residue several washing later. :doh: But whatevs. Had a great time and Sedona is great for many reasons.

JAGS
10-05-2012, 04:54 PM
Great family and great pictures!


Awesome pics!! Love it out there - thanks for sharing those with us :thumb:

Thanks guys and thanks for the forum to do so WOL. I lurked on this site and over at JK forum for several months trying to decide on whether to go JK. So glad I did. I've had nice cars before, but a JK is an experience and yes a WAYALIFE!

MTG
10-05-2012, 10:50 PM
Great pics!

I still find Moab dirt inside my jeep from February. :naw: