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Wheeling in Wyoming... Again


 
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CoreyXJ
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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2005 11:14 pm    Post subject: Wheeling in Wyoming... Again Reply with quote

This time there was no snow and more people went. We had a few Jeeps, a Tahoe, a 4wd Ranger, an old BroncoII, and a 2 wheel drive GMC S-15 !!
The Jeeps all did fine, but the Bronco got hung up (of course) and the S-15 had to be toted along several times.

This is the type of scenery we had at first...


Everything was relatively flat till we got up to the mountains...


Awesome scenery !! (8500ft elev)


First time the S-15 got stuck we just plowed into the back of him and got him through....


CJ coming through....


Be careful on the edge of a hill! Loose dirt.....


See the little town off in the distance...thats Laramie! This is also one of the tallest points on the mountain... 9000+ft


The hills were definetly steep out there today....



Okay... second time the S-15 got stuck I handed him the tow strap and said "Find something to hook on to and I will pull you out..." This is what happened. He stoppped before I did so the tension in the strap tore his grill and bumper right off - it was HILARIOUS!!!!



We went off the mountain on a different side and we encountered a lot of flat rock and sand/dirt type stuff... We decided to play around for about 2 hours!!





What rock ... ???


Coming down the hill...


Ranger did awesome out there today... I was very impressed!


We also found a huge culvert type ditch and drove all through it...


Then we came across an old car so we smashed it up some more and then hooked a chain to it and drug it around the field - good times!


We had a great time and the only fatality was the front end of the S-15...oh well!

Living it up in Wyoming... CoreyXJ
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Code3TJ
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PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2005 7:56 am    Post subject: Re: Wheeling in Wyoming... Again Reply with quote

CoreyXJ wrote:

Okay... second time the S-15 got stuck I handed him the tow strap and said "Find something to hook on to and I will pull you out..." This is what happened. He stoppped before I did so the tension in the strap tore his grill and bumper right off - it was HILARIOUS!!!!

ooops rofl

Looks like a great time and glad to see the snow melted. Wink
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threewheelerdude
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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2005 4:59 am    Post subject: wheeling in wyoming Reply with quote

looks like fun !
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