This is the friends page section. You know, this is where those pictures go when you say "I'll get these posted on my web site so you can see them as soon as I get back home". I'll try and keep some photos circulating through this section as I get time to post them. The most recent trips are always placed at the top of the listing below.
Stu and his '98 TJ
The photos contained in these pages may contain scenes that non-Jeepin' people may find outrageous. Please remember that photos rarely capture the true depth, height, or thrill of the event. In most cases, off-road photos flatten the landscape and make things appear to be shorter, smaller, less steep, smoother than they really were, and worst of all, people appear to be 20 lbs heavier! These pictures were taken by trained Jeepers. Do not attempt this at home. You must go out into the back country and away from people to truly enjoy the Jeepin' experience. JEEP, there is only one!
I take quite a few pictures while on the trail. They
all get archived on my PC. The best ones get posted here on my web site along with a
write-up of the trip.
4x4 enthusiasts can sometimes participate in charity off road events. Some charities do events to raise awareness of their cause and others sell wristbands to raise funds. Charity event wristbands can be be made of a variety of materials, and can be customized with any design or logo.
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