The boys were, the girls not so much. Wish I could’ve gotten my daughter to drive out on it, since this was literally the only part of Imogene I drove that day.
60s are fun, 80s are cheating. We were led by @samc2447 that day, @drenmaster was tail gunner. Sorry about the fumes.The boys were, the girls not so much. Wish I could’ve gotten my daughter to drive out on it, since this was literally the only part of Imogene I drove that day.
Following you guys made me want a 60 or 80. If only I had the garage space, and lived 1000 miles closer.
I didn’t catch the mud handle of the gunner in the HJ61 but be sure to thank him for me. He was really cool about slowing down to make sure we got through ok and didn’t have any issues whenever my daughter would fall behind going through an obstacle, even though we weren’t officially part of the group.
Surprisingly enough, we only ended up with a handful of bites. A Thermacell, the ARB room, and being strategic about when we took the paddleboards out on the water helped a lot, but I never felt like it was too bad. I'm from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan though, so I have a high threshold for what constitutes "bad". My wife, on the other hand, is highly mosquito intolerant and if she complained about them, it was rare enough that I can't recall it.I got mosquito bites just from looking at those photos!
My new driver prefers the 200 instead of the X3 she was beginning to learn in. She’s always been into trucks and this drive to school solidified it. She had a smile the entire way to school. I remember the day when I picked her up from school in my previous Cruiser and she cried in excitement. Big time Cruiser and Tacoma fan.
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