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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenthejeepguy View Post
    Attachment 277304Laurel Lakes, trail goes to 10,050 ft elevation. First bit of snow for fall on trail.


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    How far did you make it before turning around? I was up there first weekend in August and the snow was covering the road at the 10,500 mark, right before it peaks out. Couldn't make it all the way to the lakes.
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    Holcomb Creek with my buds.

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    Took a trip to Philadelphia with my girlfriend and her girls. Got to see some sites and attractions. As many times as I asked and begged to my girlfriends dismay, Eastern State Penitentiary would not allow me to drive in for pics. I was bummed to say the least. IMG_5008.JPGIMG_4990.JPGIMG_4956.JPGIMG_5027.JPGIMG_4899.JPG


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    So it wasn't technically "my" Jeep (but it was my rental Jeep!)... which allowed me to do some light "off-roading" and exploring along the northwest coast of the Big Island. Just got back this evening and am looking forward to some real off-roading with my own JKHR this October in the Sierra IMG_8263.jpgIMG_8260.jpg P.S. The stock rental Jeep was actually pretty awesome on the steep, rocky and rutted trails...it was the stock tires that concerned me!


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    Sadly, to the funeral of a very close friend of mine of 10+ years and a fallen fire fighter. There was a very large Jeep presence here flying the colors in his honor
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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Sadly, to the funeral of a very close friend of mine of 10+ years and a fallen fire fighter. There was a very large Jeep presence here flying the colors in his honor
    I'm sorry to hear about your friend. Very cool that you were able to honor him in this way though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I'm sorry to hear about your friend. Very cool that you were able to honor him in this way though.
    Thank you Eddie. There were over 400 vehicles in his procession, and a total of about 50-60 Jeeps all flying the flag and back the red/blue flags
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