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    Yet another great edition, it's crazy how the difference of terrain is at 6k feet over there compared to out here. Looks like 12k out here

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Yet another great edition, it's crazy how the difference of terrain is at 6k feet over there compared to out here. Looks like 12k out here

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    Yes! 6000 feet barely gets you in the mountains out here, but it's above tree line there?? Strange how that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes! 6000 feet barely gets you in the mountains out here, but it's above tree line there?? Strange how that works.

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    That’s because there you start at sea level and out here you start at 4-5k feet so it’s “pretty much the same but different” in Mel Wades words. Lol
    Not "living" but "loving" life always!

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    Awesome video Those views are incredible and Mount Washington looks super cool ! My guess for part 7, 19:25


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    That’s what I love about the JK or JL/JTX, it’s not just about insane wheeling, but seeing some of the most beautiful places in this country with an awesome group of people. The views from on top of Mt. Washington were truly amazing! I have to make that drive up there someday. It may be an architect thing, but those covered bridges and all the wood work that goes into them just is crazy. The most amazing part is that they are still there after more than 100 years!

    As always, thanks for taking us along!
    So glad that you could enjoy and appreciate this episode

    Quote Originally Posted by rubiDave View Post
    Part 6 already, shit I'm falling behind. No internet at the new house yet and I've been trying to conserve my phone data.

    Will catch up soon.
    LOL - hope you enjoy it once you get a chance to see them all

    Quote Originally Posted by jjlong View Post
    Man, it's beautiful back there!!! Great video but I wish you would post them later in the evening. I watched it on my little phone because I can't wait until I get home to watch it on the TV! Thanks for continuing to feed my addiction!
    Next one is 23:47
    LOL - we just post up when we get them done. You can still watch them when you get home

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    dammmmnnnnnnnnnnn! beautiful area for a fall trip

    Keep 'em coming!

    Part 7, 27:43
    It really was gorgeous out there.

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    What a gorgeous road day!!! next episode 17:20

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmccown View Post
    Another great video. So glad that you got to see the gorgeous fall colors up here. Its fun seeing someone from another part of the country describe them. We get to see them every year, so, while still impressive, it is sort of expected.

    22:14
    Man, I'm so glad that we were there when we were. We get fall colors out in my neck of the woods but they're nothing like what we saw out there. If there was a down side, it was that lodging was crazy expensive being that everyone and their mother wanted to be there.

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisswank View Post
    Beautiful drive! Gotta love the New England fall colors. Thanks for sharing!

    Chris
    It really was the baam

    Quote Originally Posted by robx251 View Post
    Wow so many parts! Love the series. It's so beautiful up here. So glad to see that you guys had so much fun and loving the scenery.

    I'm guessing part 7 will be 19:53
    Trying our best to share all that we captured. Glad to hear you've been enjoying it

    Quote Originally Posted by TOPLESS View Post
    Another great video! Beautiful part of the country!
    Thank you and it really is pretty out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    Great video! Beautiful area up there!

    Next video: 18:25
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    That is great, and a testament to my belief that the Jeep experience is about more than just the wheeling.

    I enjoy the history and back story that you include on the videos. The fall colors were outstanding, and I especially liked the covered bridges.
    It really is a great time and I think you'd enjoy it

    Quote Originally Posted by smmiliotti View Post
    Great video like always! Its like I went and I didn't even leave my desk.

    Lets say 31:20 for the next one.
    LOL - that's awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZVAJKU View Post
    WOW!!
    You and Cindy are really making it happen! Great video. Mt Washington is a New England Right of Passage and no trip is complete without a drive to the top. Again really sorry I could not make it. 🦞
    Wish you could have been there for this one. I know you're a busy guy but I hope we'll get to see you the next time around.

    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Looks like a pretty area. Mount Washington looks like a fun place to check out.
    It really was beautiful up there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Fun expedition! Beautiful scenery and relaxed. Wish I were there! What a blast!
    It would have been great if you could have joined us

    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Man, that whole valley view from the top of the mountain was something else!

    Also, making Harris stumble through the giant naming convention should be a yearly event.

    28:13 Part 7.
    It really was breathtaking for sure. As far as Harris goes, all I can say is that it's always fun to do a trip like this with good friends

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I could explore old wooden structures all day.. love that shit! Looks like a really fun group. Cool Vid.

    31:13
    It really was cool to see it all

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    LOL... You forgot the Nitto part again

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkac View Post
    Wow when are you guys sleeping? Don’t you have another trip coming to get rested up for? Great job once again, that was a fun night and a cool place to hang! I love watching these, gonna be bummed when they end unlike yourself lol

    29:15
    As a matter of fact, NO, we aren't sleeping and mainly because we're trying really hard to get all these done before we hit the road again and cover SEMA all next week!

    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Yet another great edition, it's crazy how the difference of terrain is at 6k feet over there compared to out here. Looks like 12k out here
    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes! 6000 feet barely gets you in the mountains out here, but it's above tree line there?? Strange how that works.
    It really was nuts to see and yes, it was like being at 12k out here.

    Quote Originally Posted by bkac View Post
    That’s because there you start at sea level and out here you start at 4-5k feet so it’s “pretty much the same but different” in Mel Wades words. Lol


    Quote Originally Posted by Themoparkid97 View Post
    Awesome video Those views are incredible and Mount Washington looks super cool ! My guess for part 7, 19:25
    So glad that we could share this with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardsurfer View Post
    Yes! 6000 feet barely gets you in the mountains out here, but it's above tree line there?? Strange how that works.

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    Yea really is crazy
    Quote Originally Posted by bkac View Post
    That’s because there you start at sea level and out here you start at 4-5k feet so it’s “pretty much the same but different” in Mel Wades words. Lol
    I was thinking that too lol, but isnt O2 density the same regardless? Granted it may have a lot to do with temperature too. Crazy either way lol

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