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Squirrel Master
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Me and some guys and gals from the local club got together for a Jeep ride up through the mountains. No hard trails, just some snowy mountain passes and taking in the sights. Hope you enjoy the pics. :thumbsup:







Some of the sights along the way:







And here's a couple from some other folks on the ride:





 

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Good looking pictures, I am really itching to do some snow wheeling myself.
You should have come with us last time :p You really need to quit your job so you can wheel!

Great pictures btw. Nice looking jeeps :cheers:
 

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beautiful scenery, great pics
 

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Squirrel Master
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Most of the recent snow had melted off by Saturday, but there was still a few inches up on the ridges. From the driveway and back we covered over 250 miles. :cool:
 

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Dude, where is that? That last picture looks awfully familiar. I've wheeled in WV with my TJ a few times and looks like i've been there?

By the way, every time i read the title of this thread, i think of Hancock. :rofl:
 

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Squirrel Master
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Dude, where is that? That last picture looks awfully familiar. I've wheeled in WV with my TJ a few times and looks like i've been there?

By the way, every time i read the title of this thread, i think of Hancock. :rofl:
Mostly in the Elkins, WV area, down around the Monongahela National Forest. The windmills are near Parsons, WV.

I need to watch Hancock... :bow:
 

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You should have come with us last time :p You really need to quit your job so you can wheel!

Great pictures btw. Nice looking jeeps :cheers:
dude dont give him that idea quiting your job right now realy isnt the best thing to do struggle to keep it yes but quit it no.
 
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