[QUOTE=XJIceQueen98;3719459]and on that note.. i'm going to play with them till i fall asleep[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=micifus] Its like a little voice in side your head constantly saying Boobs, Boobs, Boobs, Boobs.
Sometimes I am able to silence it with rational thought but in the end it always makes a more clear, rational argument. Boobs.[/QUOTE]
My Blue Heeler (Jake is his name) is the same way -- if you go ANYWHERE even CLOSE to the Jeep, he is crying to get in. Goes with me just about everywhere. And, yes, he has been four wheelin with me more than my wife.
Here is where I let him drive for a change, and what does he do? Stick it in deep snow up to the axles....he wouldn't even pull the winch line.
Patiently waiting for me outside the hardware store.
2000 Sport mostly stock ...GONE...
2005 Green Rubicon -- Specs in my profile. Colorado Jeep Club Member 116
I take the back seat out all the time for my golden (Indy). He's 90 lbs (not fat) and I think the front seat is a little too small for him to sit his butt in. but when I take the back seat out he's got plenty of room to roam and turn around if he pleases. seeing as how you have a yellow lab, I'd take the back seat out. Ive got to get some pics posted soon. Its just too darn cold in WI
Jeepin isn't a hobby, its an obsession
i got a yellow lab i always thought about takin out to the trails . thought about takin the back seat out for more room.... anyone ever do that lol? or should i just keep it in?
I've got a 1.5 year old yellow lab and i took the back seat out for her since I didn't think she'd fit in the front seat. She loves it. You mention the word Jeep and she's trying to figure out if it's time for a ride or work in the garage.