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    Greenridge State Forest (Flintstone, Maryland) is where I ended up going New years with my good friend Kevin and my Son Taylor ( 8 ).

    It is not the most challenging trail around but there are some good hills and lots of mud. It was worth the trip, but we were a little disappointed there weren't more obstacles. It was however a good place for my friend to break in his relatively new RE 2.5" lift on his YJ. We should have gotten some pics of the climb up to the peak - it was steep and full of moderate rocks - one of the few challenges that offered no bypass.

    The scenery was absolutely breathtaking as the 18 mile trail hits the parks highest elevation, overlooking the Potomac river and into West Virginia. It was fun and I'm glad we made the trip, but I think the next hit will be a monthly ride at Paragon.

    Here's some pics we did shoot:

    Taylor with his Christmas present (Daisy 880 with scope)


    Told ya it wasn't very challenging:


    This one made for a good pic:


    Me and my son standing a few feet from one hellacious drop-off:


    The YJ:


    Next to the transmission lines cutting over the mountain:


    That's the Potomac. The close side is MD, the far side is WV:


    Another pic of the rolling landscape. This pics don't do justice how awesome the view was:

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    Twisted, I am truly envious. We spent the New Years on the interstates with our children spread far and wide. Glad to see someone had a great time!
    Just Enjoy Every Possibility!

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    RE: New Years at Greenridge

    The third pic was for you Mud

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    RE: New Years at Greenridge

    White will be gald to see ya got out for some mud. lol

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    RE: Selectable Locker

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCopper
    The third pic was for you Mud
    I liked the fourth one, too!
    Just Enjoy Every Possibility!

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    Excellant! I did some wheeling myself to close out 2004. Nice pictures!

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    RE: Thank you

    Awesome pics buddy! Looks like some good fun. Pretty landscape.

    So, are you still fiending for the SWB or are you starting to like the XJ a bit more?


    Currently own a 98 XJ bone stock, but click Here: For pics of my TJ and old XJ.

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    Luckiest man alive!!!

    Iam not a Mud person. but Here's what ya missed Twisted.. http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=2132777482


    The Zj is a friends. It was his first time out.

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    RE: cj suspension questions: what type of lift?

    Cool pics white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingez
    So, are you still fiending for the SWB or are you starting to like the XJ a bit more?
    Yes on both. I am determined to get the YJ on the road before Summer, but I'm lovin' the XJ.


    Quote Originally Posted by White
    Iam not a Mud person. but Here's what ya missed Twisted..
    I am a front recovery point and new control arms away from one of the monthly rides up there and am very much looking forward to it. I just hope you and I are better at wheelin' together (I'm assuming you are at all of those events) than we are at exchanging posts

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    RE: sorry guys (ellipses)

    All pics are awesome. I wheeled some mud myself new years day (after the deer incident). Had a great time and took my bro for the first time local wheeling. Spent an hour and a half cleaning the jeep out afterwards, but it's always worth it. lol

    THanks for sharing guys!
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    RE: Re: RE: Re: RE: New Years at Greenridge

    When you see me, It will all make sence. :)

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    lol Twisted, White is one of the most generous and easy going jeepers you could meet (in person). Great ride captain too and knows Paragon like the back of his left hand.
    I have many addictions.. I mean hobbies!

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    RE: Jeep video

    You two guys will end up drinking beer together, laughing, and talking smack about the weirdo in New Mexico.


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    RE: np435 (new big transmission)

    Quote Originally Posted by mingez
    and talking smack about the weirdo in New Mexico.
    Actually Mingez, we all might as well come clean now...

    There's another forum we all frequent, that pretty much deals with that subject:

    www.bashmingezthewhackypinkohere.com

    JK man

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