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Old 01-27-2016, 10:54 PM   #351
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Old 02-02-2016, 09:59 AM   #352
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Old 04-12-2016, 07:45 PM   #354
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She's in her element. Surveying her kingdom from on top of Devil's Slide, Ocotillo Wells SVRA, CA. Since I've got her home I've replaced the chrome tube front bumper with a RockHard4x4 bumper and added a winch and LED fog and trail lights.
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One of our favorite places down in Anza Borrego Desert called the Squeeze.
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One of our favorite places down in Anza Borrego Desert called the Squeeze.
Nice photo and Jeep! I didn't try "The Squeeze" as I didn't have a spotter with me and when I did have my son with me we did a different route. However, "FIRE UP" did recommend that route as a good one to go on.

We got a lot of other trails in though, great times!
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Nice photo and Jeep! I didn't try "The Squeeze" as I didn't have a spotter with me and when I did have my son with me we did a different route. However, "FIRE UP" did recommend that route as a good one to go on.

We got a lot of other trails in though, great times!
There are certainly many trails to explore in that area. After the Squeeze comes the Pinyon Drop Off (Heart Attack Hill) which is also a rather steep decent and there have been numerous situations at that spot over the years. That takes you down into the badlands where there are many nice areas to roam. Google the Hill and you will see some you tube clips.
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There are certainly many trails to explore in that area. After the Squeeze comes the Pinyon Drop Off (Heart Attack Hill) which is also a rather steep decent and there have been numerous situations at that spot over the years. That takes you down into the badlands where there are many nice areas to roam. Google the Hill and you will see some you tube clips.
Yep, chuckle. Just saw a youtube video of a lady coming down the Pinyon Drop Off and rolled her Jeep to the bottom of it. Had to be air lifted out with a broken back.
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Yep, chuckle. Just saw a youtube video of a lady coming down the Pinyon Drop Off and rolled her Jeep to the bottom of it. Had to be air lifted out with a broken back.
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This is are toy which I built from the ground up. Profile picture is of us coming up Elephant Hill in Moab Utah.

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Very nice! Your picture going up Elephant Hill is missing!
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