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  1. Way cool @4x4tographer! I love the new look! That has to be the most off-handed compliment I've ever heard...
  2. G's home safe and sound; says we're lucky he didn't get blown off the roof yesterday. Here's another picture of the new house.
  3. I really hate it when somebody is looking right at me and talking, and so I react and pay attention, only to realize that they're on their phone. I guess that's why this cracks me up.
  4. I found a picture on Facebook from the memorial yesterday at the Black Bridge (staging area), and spied Smurftruck in it. Can you?
  5. G is working at the new house this week. He woke up there this morning and sent this picture of the set up. Our builder left his camp trailer there, so G has a place to sleep.
  6. Wow! That was really on there! It seems weird to see B under a Jeep, but looking good boys!
  7. CONGRATULATIONS KIDS!! Solid work getting all that done. Way cool RV, can't wait to see it.
  8. Happy Birthday John, aka Gunny! ...and any more!
  9. Nice finds, @4x4tographer! I've also been interested in the bevvy of trails and areas to explore in Nevada. We drove through Nevada on the way to Northern CA several times, and Shellback is right - there is some serious desolation in that state! We're excited to have closer access to Nevada and California trails after we move, and hope to lead some adventures up there.
  10. Awesome photos and video @SonoranWanderer!
  11. I didn't mean it as a critique of your video, obstacles never look as gnarly on film as in person, at least in my experience.
  12. Nice job driving @theksmith and great capture @SonoranWanderer! That obstacle is trickier than it looks on video.
  13. Great story, thanks for telling it! I'd seen pictures of the Air Rescue on face-broke and wondered what happened. Looks like it was an adventure none the less.
  14. Good job you guys! That dye spray you used on the roll bar padding kit came out great! I never knew about that product.
  15. A meme special for @Yodamom
  16. New pictures from the project. Things are happening!
  17. Wow! That's an awesome Jeep! Love the color and the name! Congratulations B!!!
  18. That messed with my head!!
  19. Way cool! We've been there before, love that campground and the Parker area in general.
  20. I did a write up about it years ago for JPFreek Mag, which I can't find now. but I do have the pictures from the article. You can see the bracket where the cable goes through, and the 2nd pic is where G wired his to keep it from falling out. Kind of dumb engineering on Jeep's part IMHO because, gravity. He removed the bracket the transfer case cable runs through, drilled 2 holes above the upside-down horseshoe shape, reinstalled the bracket, snapped the transfer case cable back, and used the holes to run wire through and hold it up. He says it was easy.
  21. G says that the shift linkage came lose, and you need to crawl underneath, put it back in, and possibly wire it in place. This is a common thing with JK's.
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    At my company's annual gathering this week, we spent part of one day volunteering at Feed My Starving Children in Mesa. We all had so much fun at the event, and I felt that the impact of our efforts was so meaningful, that I've reserved a time for Offroad Passport members to volunteer some time. The event entails getting checked in 'Covid style' (i.e.: temp check, mask, ect.,) listening to a short orientation, and then working together as a team to fill, seal, and pack as many packages of Manna Pack meals as we can. The FMSC team replenishes food bins and supports the teams throughout, as well as playing some nice loud rock-and-roll to help get everyone pumped! It's a fun and fast-paced 1.5 hours of production. Kids over 5 years old (accompanied by an adult) are welcome, are fully able to participate, and will enjoy the experience. What: Packaging meals for kids in need, worldwide. Where: Feed My Starving Children, 1345 S. Alma School Rd., Mesa AZ 85210 When: Saturday, June 19, 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Please arrive 10 - 15 mins early so that we may gather our group). About FMSC: FMSC provides everything needed, and has honed the volunteer process to a precision 'T'. All you need to bring is yourself! FMSC offers volunteers a one-of-a-kind experience. You’ll hand-pack rice, soy, dried vegetables and a nutritionally complete blend of vitamins and minerals into bags which are then sealed, boxed, placed on pallets and shipped to our incredible partners working hard to reach the neediest children around the world. Sign up or get more information here...
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