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post #36931 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 11:49 AM
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So a buddy and I have been actively stand up paddle boarding recently. We've been hitting up the cove. TONS of leopard sharks breeding right now. Very cool to see as always!
Cool... Just stay off my waves sea janitor



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post #36932 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 12:09 PM
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So, after spending over five hours wandering through museums in Florence, Italy and looking at hundreds of statues and thousands of paintings, I ran across this poor broke dick Italian. Somebody wasn't very nice to him.
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post #36933 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 01:14 PM
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Lol and lol at both posts above!

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post #36934 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 05:47 PM
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Well I'm still up here. Met up with a fellow member from here. Glad to of met u josh. We did Jacoby canyon. As we were heading over a sever downpour with wicked lightening beat our butts. Mind u I only had a safari top on. I got soaked BAD. After that josh left and I headed over to gold Mt. Actually it wasnt easy. There's a gatekeeper now. And took me about 10 tries. Then met up with about ten jeepers stuck on the waterfall section. Whole new trail in the rain. Then I headed to jb. It is easier only because the gatekeeper is a joke now. Got stuck about 1/3 of the way in.. High center on a bolder when I slipped off.as i tried to get unstuck I got centered on both axles my rear shaft and my oil pan. It was a bad one. Couldn't stack out of it so had to winch it. Nearly shearing my oil pan. Also ripped the fittings off my rear drive shaft and almost blew it up.Not sure how the pan isn't leaking. Then met up with 2 guys in an LJ and a 4 Dr Rubi. Wheeled the rest of jb. Which made it interesting since they were mildly built. Then had to spot 5 Cherokees from death. Camped at holcolm camp ground. Today so far weather is gorgeous. Gonna hit a few more trails before heading home. Good times
Sounds like Tim and his friend. They were doing BB and heading out into the desert for a week long overland type run.

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post #36935 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 06:22 PM
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post #36936 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 06:41 PM
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He got that LJ for a steal price. He has a YJ and an XJ too haha.

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post #36937 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 07:30 PM
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yeah we talked about it. Very nice people...
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post #36938 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 08:10 PM
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Sounds like Tim and his friend. They were doing BB and heading out into the desert for a week long overland type run.
I'll post some pics when I get a chance
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post #36939 of 40196 Old 07-29-2014, 08:13 PM
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Well I'm still up here. Met up with a fellow member from here. Glad to of met u josh. We did Jacoby canyon. As we were heading over a sever downpour with wicked lightening beat our butts. Mind u I only had a safari top on. I got soaked BAD. After that josh left and I headed over to gold Mt. Actually it wasnt easy. There's a gatekeeper now. And took me about 10 tries. Then met up with about ten jeepers stuck on the waterfall section. Whole new trail in the rain. Then I headed to jb. It is easier only because the gatekeeper is a joke now. Got stuck about 1/3 of the way in.. High center on a bolder when I slipped off.as i tried to get unstuck I got centered on both axles my rear shaft and my oil pan. It was a bad one. Couldn't stack out of it so had to winch it. Nearly shearing my oil pan. Also ripped the fittings off my rear drive shaft and almost blew it up.Not sure how the pan isn't leaking. Then met up with 2 guys in an LJ and a 4 Dr Rubi. Wheeled the rest of jb. Which made it interesting since they were mildly built. Then had to spot 5 Cherokees from death. Camped at holcolm camp ground. Today so far weather is gorgeous. Gonna hit a few more trails before heading home. Good times
Man you had an adventure after I left. That lightning was nuts. That's awesome you found a go pro. Nice meeting you man
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post #36940 of 40196 Old 07-30-2014, 11:26 AM
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So while jeeping on John Bull up in Big Bear Monday I pulled over to take a leak. I walk about 20 ft off the trail and I see this.....

WTH?!!! I walk up to it and I see flies and it smells of death. To small to be a human grave. I didn't stay ..... Thinking maybe a pet or an ex wife......(like how I used an ex wife as non-human? See what I did there? Clever right?)
Also experienced this for about an hour. Would of been great except I didnt have a top on other than a bikini. Rained as hard as a rain can rain and the drops were the size of marbles. Also hailed with vicious lightening strikes. Hail in late July in So Ca. Go figure.
After the rain let up it made for some fun trails and mud crossings
Day two (Tues) was high 70's, blue skies and gorgeous wheeling.
ooups....
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post #36941 of 40196 Old 07-30-2014, 11:34 AM
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It does that all the time up there, I hope my boat is still floating on the lake.
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post #36942 of 40196 Old 07-30-2014, 12:04 PM
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one hell of a drive to. As soon as I got to about 3,000 ft coming down the 330 the temp went up about 25 degrees. By the time I hit highland it was pure humidity and 103. Stayed that way until Murrieta. Crazy weather.
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post #36943 of 40196 Old 07-30-2014, 10:49 PM
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anyone know a rooter? suddenly my drain is clogged

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post #36944 of 40196 Old 07-30-2014, 11:44 PM
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Manscaping to much?
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post #36945 of 40196 Old 07-31-2014, 03:50 PM
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Well, I got the YJ DEEP into the woods this weekend.


I have a neighbor that has access to a hunting clubs property that's about a mile from where I live. We explored for what seemed like miles & miles & miles. In reality, it was about 4-5 miles in each direction. We saw MANY deer and a few turkeys. I didn't bring my phone or else I would have taken pics. These woods out here are beautiful and VERY thick.
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