My father and I decided yesterday to load up the jeep and head out to the national forest. So we headed out until we found this nice spot with a nice view.
Those are "Tent Cots." They are rather nice, and fit well in the back seat with only two of us. They'd fit much better on a roof rack though. Anyway, They are comfortable and very practical.
This is Kentuck (kane-tuck) ridge in the Talledega National Forest.
It's awfully fun camping out there. from where we camped we could see the entire valley that my hometown is in.
And that's my dad, in the pictures.
'98 jeep tj, Zone 2" BB, d30 aussie locked /d35 open. 31x10.5 KM2's cragar soft 8, rockhard sport cage, midland CB radio, tuff designs rear bumper/ tire carrier, trans. cooler and extended breather.
"if you ain't gettin' stuck, you ain't doin' enough."
North End at Carolina Beach, NC (Freeman Park to non-locals) at the end of August. My tent isn't set up yet in these pics because I like to wait until I'm ready to go to sleep before I pitch it to try to avoid sand and gnat infiltration.
Yep, the hooks always hit the water first.
Aluminum hitch rack and pvc pipe, no rust here.
Sun setting in the western sky and the fire about to be lit.
Yet another use for my M-1967 E-tool. It always rides under my rear seat along with my axe and my recovery gear.
No Jeep in this one either but this is why I love the North End
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These are from this year's edition of our annual trip to Massachusetts to visit family and friends. We don't exactly rough it, but the RV gives us the flexibility to go where we want, take my Jeep with me, and not have to worry about finding accommodations that allow dogs.
Georgia welcome center, I-95N: Our first stop after departing Florida:
Mid-day lunch break at the N.C. welcome center, I-95N:
Day one done. Our campsite for the night was Americamps in Ashland, VA. Here is the tow bar to the Jeep:
A lot of driving later, and here we were situated in Middleborough, MA for two weeks:
A day trip to Cape Cod and some lunch at D'Angelo's. Here is the dog waiting for her share of the sandwich:
Laughing monkeys greeted us as we tried to leave the parking lot. There weren't many options other than to tow it to the local Jeep dealer for an OPDA replacement:
Saw some local scenery while in S.E. Mass:
Paid a lot of money to park the Jeep in Boston:
Had fantastic seats atop the wall for a Red Sox game:
buck island on the rubicon trail with my little homie
i love this place, he knows when i go to spread me ashes on the highest mountain there he can find
he digs it there too, he gets to shoot his red rider till he cannot cock it anymore....
So many things to like about this whole thread. With the Jeeps, and the camping. 2 of my favorite things really.
Are you SOA in front? How do you like it? Actually I'm thrilled with my rear SUA nowadays, it works great now. But the front SUA is rough, and I need a little more lift. Don't want to stiffen it at all.
1995 YJ "Mabel", 2.5L Muncie SM465 np231j 4.88's HP30 Lockright JK 44 Detroit 33s CJ clip
Actually, it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land."