…means you may find your tires frozen deep in the mud.
Patiently she waits, knowing I will soon return.
Searching for a place to call home…
It took less than 12 hours to get this lil’ desert runner off pavement.
And yeah… IT’S A JEEP! We’re gonna have some FUN.
Her name is Kiki Sparling Pew Fitzsimmons, and she’s a beaut.
It was harder than expected to say goodbye to Ruby Jean.
(She’s gonna make someone in Idaho really really happy…)
But a REAL Jeep that’s GREAT on road AND can tow stuff?!? What’s not to LOVE?
Uh oh! Does that mean we can upgrade the camper?
Beautiful. Remote. Perfect.
I didn’t know it at the time, but this would be Ruby Jean’s final night at camp.
My SIXTH Jamboree and I wasn’t alone, Mini-Skullkin had his keen eyes on the trail…
I learned new things and saw beautiful new sites, but as always, it’s the people that make these events worthwhile!
Fully loaded, the Cricket is still under its GVWR of 2,500 lbs. But that’s a little higher than I’d like to see for a lifted Rubicon running 35 inch tires…
Trying NH Oil on Ruby Jean this year. She’s just turned 7 years old and we gotta keep her working and looking her best! Time will tell…