End of the Road For This Weekend (part 1)
It was a bright and windy April day in the Cascade Mountain with 20 inches
of new snow on top of 18 inches the previous week. This time we had more
men and better materials to cross the avalanche chute. The avalanche danger
was minimal so we braved the drifts to see how much further we could drive
this weekend than the previous weekend. It took two hours to go 1/4 mile.
This is part one. Part 2 is at
A slide show of the little tree at 1:48 is at
Jeep Rubicon Offroad
Check out my other JEEP RUBICON OFFROAD video from Rausch Creek Off Road
Luke: 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
4" Fabtech Susp. Lift
33" Super Swamper SSR's
Front and Rear Warn Steel Bumpers
Front and Rear Lockers
Lance: 1997 Jeep Wrangler
4" suspension lift
33" BFG MT's
2 KC Daylighters
Custom Front Steel Bumper
Pat: 2003 Dodge Dakota V8
3" Body Lift
33" Mickey Thompson Baja Claws
My Ford Ranger died in one of these mudholes... so naturally, i went out
and bought an $18,000 Rubicon and went back for my vengeance... These holes
were extremely muddy / swampy with water on top of that..
The 2 that i got stuck in were about 3 and 1/2 feet of pure muck..
Hope you enjoy seeing what a Jeep can do!
anybody got any cool offroad videos of their own hit me up.. i'll have a
new one of Rausch Creek Next week.
Songs are: Silverstein- My Heroine and ACDC- Shoot to Thrill
HUGE Snow Storm - Jeep JK Goes For a Drive In "Snowmageddon"
We just had a huge snow storm here in the North East and while I've lived
in Connecticut my whole life I can't remember the last time we had so much
snow from a single storm.
My dad bought his Jeep JK last March and it has not seen snow until now.
Everything is stock including the tires. Overall, I was very impressed with
it's abilities in the deep snow and the slick city streets.