Where did your Jeep take You this Week?

SargeCoGa

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We started around Mountain Rest, SC and rode a little of the Georgia Traverse. Good time and first time to get Sarge out after the lift and new tires. Not much to play on but it was a good weekend with the fam and friends!
 

wjtstudios

Hooked
We started around Mountain Rest, SC and rode a little of the Georgia Traverse. Good time and first time to get Sarge out after the lift and new tires. Not much to play on but it was a good weekend with the fam and friends!
Your jeep looks great, nice little test adventure
 

steveb san diego

New member
Loaded up Tank and headed out to Borrego with my fearless 4 legged companion Newton :) First night was exploring Mine Wash and then camping along Sin Nombre. Then went and explored the mud caves and ran Diablo to Fish creek out to Ocotillo. Always good to get away and play in the desert! IMG_2990.JPG IMG_2991.jpg IMG_2989.jpg IMG_2992.jpg IMG_2998.jpg IMG_3003.jpg IMG_3002.jpg IMG_3005.jpg
 

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JT@623

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Little early morning run . Arizona desert this time of year is perfect.
 

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Andy5160

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Made a trip to New Hampshire. Gorgeous views of the White Mountains and Mount Washington. Even got to flex a bit and took a ride on Cog Railroad up to the summit.
 

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JT@623

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Little Sunday morning ride . The destination was a place called Francis creek the pics don’t do the drop off into the canyon justice steep rocky switchbacks with spectacular views.
 

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wjtstudios

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Took the “Mom” Jeep to Tennessee and found Cade’s Cove Jeeps on our way into the national park.

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They had a lot of t shirts and Jeep paraphernalia along with some rugged ridge and smittybuilt parts, but the cool thing was all the Jeeps that had stopped by could have their picture taken in front and then added to the walls and ceiling. Pretty cool.

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