I’m done with off-roading for the most part, certainly when I’m alone. I just like back roads.
I visited Garden of the Gods long before I owned a Jeep. What a spectacular place.
I’ll definitely make that trip someday, if not this time. I’ve twice tried and failed to make the Jeep Jamboree on Drummond Island.
The nice thing about WV is that if I change my mind I can always just continue on to a Carolina beach.
If I’m driving that far, I’m probably going to the second most holy ground for Jeeps: Colorado.
Life not yet destroyed.
Every few months I’ll see something that tells me I should visit, but the other 99.999% of the time I forget the state exists and is in relatively easy driving distance.
HEY HEY HEY. Keep your aspersions against the S2000 outta here.
Still seems ludicrous that a rare car like this can sell for less than 10k while a Boss 429 goes for a quarter mil. I’d be tempted to buy this and immediately auction it on BaT.
I am still pissed with myself for not putting money down on an anniversary edition. I’ve never bought any new car, much less a limited edition, so I didn’t realize that the announcement that they would make one was the starting gun for placing orders with dealerships.
I was going to say the Murano cabriolet. I’ve never driven one, or ridden in one, but convertible all-the-things.
Time is on my side. I shall emerge victorious.
Not to the Brits. Or me. Punctuation inside quotes that isn’t part of what’s being quoted is wrong in my book.
That’s “Count” Truckula to you.
Because this thread is replete with corrections, and corrections of corrections: “fewer”.
Speaking as someone who always travels alone, this is a real sticking point. My favorite tent is huge, large enough to stand up in and have its own screened-in porch, but erecting it by myself is nigh impossible.
On the other hand, all I really want is a tent I don’t have to set up that I can stand up in. I could decide later what extra features I’d want to add, but for the foreseeable future I wouldn’t need plumbing. Or HVAC.
“California”. Ok then.
My Russian bot farm. Don’t tell anyone.
If I could actually afford it, and if it came as a manual, I’d be all over the impending PHEV Wrangler. 30 miles of silent cruising down forest roads? Hell yeah!