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Unread 02-21-2008, 08:32 AM   #1
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The Midsouth Jeep club is having an informal run to the dry creek / pickwick area at the TN/AL/MS border this Sunday. We have a caravan that is beginning in Collierville TN and has several stops along the way terminating at a private pebble beach on the shores of lake pickwick.

The run will be a fairly low key one that can be run by rigs of all ability levels (including stock) as the challenging sections all have bypasses. Currently we've got a group of about 20-25 rigs heading down there. We will have 4 wheels parts (memphis) management riding along as well as reps from one of our club sponsors, Hypertech. Hypertech (about 80% sure they will be there) will be bringing some new Jeep TJ tuners to test on MSJ rigs and will have a photographer there to shoot for their marketing materials.

The trail system down there is free to ride and fairly extensive... plenty for a day run to not get boring.

Examples of the terrrain out there:

Lots of powerline roads with some fairly technical hills/washouts:

Miles of shallow creeks with exposed shelves to climb up:

And a great beach where we will be grilling out some lunch around midday:

The Midsouth Jeep Club also has runs planned over the next several months to:
- Superlift ORV Park in HotSprings Arkansas (In conjunction with Lone Star Jeepers out of Dallas and Arkansas Crawlers)
- Coon Creek ORV Park in Dyersburg, TN - Orchestrating a Customer Appreciation run with club sponsor Rough Country
- Moab Utah - Caravanning cross country for a week of wheeling in Moab this June

Check out the forums at midsouthjeeps.com for more details

2004 Yellow TJ Sport
(purchased stock on 6.3.06)
4.0L Auto • 35" Maxxis Bighorns • D30/D44 w 4.88 Gears • 2.5" OME LJ/XJ lift • JKS Trackbars • Brown Dog MML • 1" BL • Warn Engine Skid • Aussie Locker (FR) / Rubi Air Locker (REAR) • SYE/CV • Nth Adj Control Arms • Bestop Oversize Tire Carrier • PSC Rocker Knockers • ORO Swayloc • TNT Tube Fenders

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Unread 08-28-2010, 05:47 PM   #2
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How do you get here? This looks awesome!!!
Learned to drive on a Jeep, have only driven Jeeps, and will probably only own Jeeps (except for maybe a Subaru Impreza WRX STi as an addition to the Jeeps).
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Unread 09-06-2010, 09:50 AM   #3
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Not this time but I would like to know how to get there as well for next year maybe
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