Maui in April.
I spent thanksgiving exploring and camping at Death Valley. There are still old naked dudes at the springs.
Bought myself a Polaris rzr.
15th street and Van Buren? I picked up a hooker there back in the day. Downtown sure has changed.
I’m taking my Jeep and disappearing in Death Valley National park for the weekend
I second this.
I have a 19 JL Rubicon. I worry about the reliability long term but I never keep a vehicle more than a few years. This thing is a blast out here in...
Lake Tahoe Wednesday. It’s beautiful but can’t wait to get back to the desert today.
Yes, but he’s dead now and I have a great life with a hot young girlfriend. I win.
He is going to end up broke and suicidal after she milks him dry.
Does she still put out?
London. Stayed at the savoy. Went to several pubs in the area.
Found you to be very polite.
Good point, I was thinking more of the forest service roads here in az. They can get pretty tight.
Jeep or Tacoma would be much better for forest roads. Raptor’s are too wide.
A woman that old has no business hiking out there. That’s not easy terrain and it’s starting to get hot out here. Fuck her.
Was here 2 weeks ago. Incredible.
Water gets all over the floor.
@BennyMuso, what do you all have against shower curtains over here? Why just a small piece of glass? Btw, the savoy is pretty fucking nice.
Yea, it was either buy a 4Runner and put 10k into it for overlanding or just bite the bullet.
Nice 4Runner. I was debating between that and a Jeep rubicon. Got the rubicon last week.
Just got back from camping this weekend. Was just outside of Sedona.
I’m coming to London in 3 weeks.
Then an off road trip in Moab 3 weeks after that.
Going to buy a big ass motor home with a Jeep behind it and travel. Probably run a bunch of people off the road too.
Benny how nice is the Savoy hotel? I’m coming over for a week in May.
Q1bonus this year is 56k.
She doesn’t act like a typical 24 year old.
I’m 47 and my gf is 24. Weird? Maybe. But I’m enjoying the fuck out of it.
I live here and it’s awesome. But it’s time for snowbirds to go back home.