Hi everyone. Groton, ct. here. I'm not going to preach land use, Dave does plenty of that and has been for 20+ years. Almost every bit of info my club has came from him. He actually helped us get on our feet.
So, in summary...
If you live in the eastern or south eastern CT area, we would love to have you in our club. Stock, not stock, ridiculous, what ever. We aren't dicks who tell you what to do. We love to wrench, wheel, break, and repeat. We also have 30 acres of KNARLY *** STUFF that we have unlimited access to, located right here in Groton. 5 minutes from my house, actually. I think I might go there tomorrow and do some snow wheelin'. Would you like to do that? Join my club or any of the EC4WDA north east region clubs, and you can. Click on my signature link to see my rig and my club. Stop by anytime, we'd love to have you.
JT4X4 Land Use chair and Event's Planner
in lagrange near poughkeepsie....it's my friends land.
I live in poughkeepsie if your lookin for some company wheelin, im lookin for some good mud to get stuck in.. there is some property out off of the taconic state parkway in pleasnt valley. i think its called 909 off tyrell rd.
92 YJ, 2.5 l/o, 4" Lift, 33" Super Swampers, Superwinch EPi9.0, Aussie Locked Dana 30, Uniden pro510xl CB and Firestik antenna, Hi Lift, Tuffy Center Console, Miller Lite tap handle shift knob, 40mm ammo can tool box, chains, straps, etc. - Sold to a good home
I live in tolland, work in west hartford. I have a 95 yj, mostly stock. Always been into musclecars (90 transam), got my first jeep and havent looked back. Im new to jeeps, but not to wrenching. I've done more soundsystems than metal fab. I think i'm going to join ctjeeps, but i have very little interest in driving out of state. anyone in ctjeeps? lookin to see what they have for trailrides and where. I have to become a member before i can even see where they ride, and if my mild-for-the-time-being setup can handle it
There has to be more people from Mansfield/tolland area here. I practically live at the uconn? campus. I think it's uconn. the college on 32 next to the prison anyway, i live on 32 and getting to 384 every day to drop/pickup my kid off at school, i have to pass at least 5-7 wranglers and get a wave from almost all of them. I know of at least 3 fully built up rigs Ive seen within a mile of me, that i see all the time.