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    Jeep Badge of Honor

    I was wondering how many members do this.

    https://www.jeep.com/en/badge-of-honor/#home

    I think it is awesome that Jeep does this.

    Also if anyone wants to complete the one in Missouri please let me know. I am relocating to Portland soon and would love to get this badge before I leave

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    I have a few... Pretty cool deal, they need to add more trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickrocks View Post
    I was wondering how many members do this.

    https://www.jeep.com/en/badge-of-honor/#home

    I think it is awesome that Jeep does this.

    Also if anyone wants to complete the one in Missouri please let me know. I am relocating to Portland soon and would love to get this badge before I leave
    I believe I have 5 now. Hot Springs, Arkansas 3 and 2 from CO (Immogene and Black Bear). The BOH Missouri trail is only 460 miles from me. When ya moving?

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    Jeep Badge of Honor

    I've got three myself. I love that jeep does this and I agree they need to add more trails. There should be at least one trail at every jeep jamboree in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mastrcruse View Post
    I believe I have 5 now. Hot Springs, Arkansas 3 and 2 from CO (Immogene and Black Bear). The BOH Missouri trail is only 460 miles from me. When ya moving?
    There is not set hard date ATM. I am going back in forth because I had to get AC reconstruction done after my Jeep accident.( have to get it redone because it got infected) I would like to do this around mid to late August or Sept before I have to go under the knife again.

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    Well Kickrocks when you get out here we have 2 trails on the badge of Honor waiting for you right outside of Portland. Tillamook State Forest's- Firebreak 5 and Cedar Tree.
    You will love this huge playground.

    I just got the 2 from TSF night before last in the mail.

    You will feel welcome here in Oregon as we have a lot of members on WAL from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree Frog View Post
    Well Kickrocks when you get out here we have 2 trails on the badge of Honor waiting for you right outside of Portland. Tillamook State Forest's- Firebreak 5 and Cedar Tree.
    You will love this huge playground.

    I just got the 2 from TSF night before last in the mail.

    You will feel welcome here in Oregon as we have a lot of members on WAL from here.


    TreeFrog, When I get up there I will definitely take you up on your offer( Cause your implying your going to show me around

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    Oh yeah I would be glad to. I went one time with a bunch of guys from here and spent 3 days in the mud, rain, snow and everything else mother nature could muster up.
    Smashed in my Rubi rails, crushed in the fuel tank skid, rock rashed my rims. I had so much fun my cheeks hurt from smiling so much!

    Went back up in June right before the Jeepers Jamboree and spent 3 more days in there. I was worried we would be swamped with people right before the Jamboree but we were all alone except for one lone motorcycle rider.

    I had to grow a pair and run everything I was afraid to the first go around. Poured some water down in the front of my pants to make em grow a bit and well ....

    Know that if we post up a run we will get a lot of takers. Just need to post it up in advance as some of us need some time to schedule it with work.
    I live about 3 plus hours south of there but will run it any chance I get now.

    Get your knee healed up. I am on my 3rd ACL repair now so I feel for you. Good luck with it. Build up as much muscle as you can right now it makes it go so much easier.

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    So you check in and take pictures and Jeep will send you a badge? I have heard of it before just wondering how you get the badges?

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    Also how do you use the trail rating?

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