Congratulations to Al “Wushaw” for April 2017 JOTM Winner!
I want to thank everyone that voted and everyone that voted for me!
This pic was taken in Moab in May 2016.
Several other LSJC members were there also enjoying the Moab scenery and wonderful wheeling!
Everyone made great memories.
Congratulations to Michael “Gator Bait” for March 2017 JOTM Winner!
The Jeep is a ’99 TJ with an LS1, auto, Atlas, 60’s F&R, 14″ coilovers, and 39″ Krawlers. This picture was taken by Cal of CK Customs at the first main obstacle on lower Tackett Creek trail during a 2017 New Year’s run to Burris Valley Ranch in Pittsburg, Oklahoma. This park was by far the most challenging and fun I’ve been to and set the hook deep for “Wheel’n Hard, Brah!”. Can’t wait to get back!!
Congratulations to James “NVRDUN” Foster for February 2017 JOTM Winner!
Although it’s not a “wheeling” picture it has a special meaning for our family. Our son Dustin got married last October to a beautiful young lady named Meg. Lisa and I became instant grandparents to three wonderful kids. The youngest is 3 years old. His name is Chase. The picture was taken on December 24, 2016, which was our first Christmas with the grandkids. So it just seemed right that Chase would get a Jeep for Christmas. We added some custom RUBICON stickers to the hood, some LSJC stickers in front of the doors and Lisa had a set of custom plates made for it with Chase?s name. The picture came about because Meg and Dustin did not have room in their car to get it home. So I loaded it up in the JK. Chase came out and asked where his Jeep was and I told him it was in the JK. He got so excited that he jumped up and down and wanted to see. So I opened the back again for him to see and that?s when the picture was shot. He thought it was really cool that his JK was in the back of Grandpa?s JK.
Thanks for voting for our picture.
James (and Chase)
Congratulations to James “Jeep Jockey” for January 2017 JOTM Winner!
While out for a day of wheeling at Bridgeport off road Park with Sharon and Ben (dog), we had wheeled most trails that we were interested in doing. In route to our last trail of the day “Meno’s” we encountered an unexpected obstacle. Driving down a steep muddy access road with off camber ledges our driver front tire dropped off a ledge before our passenger tire came off the ledge and it was on, resulting in the roll over that brings us to this picture. Never would I have expected that out come on a trail road that I’ve been on many times before.
Upon finding ourselves inverted I asked Sharon if she was hurt, which she answered no we found ourselves laughing. You see, Sharon had vowed to never drive the Jeep off road until it had been flopped, still says she won’t drive! With the help of Bart’s winch at the bottom, and a snatch block we rolled the jeep back on its wheels checked everything out then cranked it up and drove it back to the parking lot via the rocky Menos trail then continued our drive home without any troubles.
Our Jeep is getting a make over hood, windshield frame, rear quarter, and roll bar have been changed as well as some other problems being addressed. Our Insurer GEICO covered all damages and we will be back on the trails this spring hopefully .
Jim & Sharon AKA “Jeep Jockey”
Congratulations to Scott “81 Renegade” for 2016 JOTY Winner!
Election run 2016, Barnwell Mountain Recreation; the first trail of the day was Binder Boulevard led by our fearless leader Joe (Bushwacker) and his lovely and talented navigator Sonia (Bushwackersgirl). The picture was taken by Sonia and really captures the definitions of the of the terrain that lets the picture speak for itself. It was a great weekend that my girlfriend Susan (Sparkles) and I really enjoyed spending with great friends.
Congratulations to Joe “Bushwacker” for December 2016 JOTM Winner!
This is another picture that was taken by “Copper Head”, Sonia. It was taken at the 2016 LSJC Election Run. I cannot remember the name of the trail, but it was muddy in the middle so I was trying to keep the Jeep to the passenger side. In doing so, the Jeep kept walking the wall. Once all my passengers got out, 3 of them, they told me to stop so they could get a picture.
Thanks everyone for the votes.
Congratulations to Joe “Bushwacker” for November 2016 JOTM Winner!
The picture is of my 2001 TJ and it was taken at the Hot Springs ORV Park in Hot Springs, AR this September 16th. It was on the exit of the Rock Garden. I was just a little too driver and it very slowly started going over. It felt like it took a minute to get on it’s side. Once there I made sure Sonia was okay and killed the motor. I told Sonia to unbuckle her seat belt and stand up. She asked me to repeat myself cause it did sound a little strange when you’re on your side. Once she was standing up in the door opening I had her push me up so I could get my seat belt undone. We then climbed out of the Jeep to see what I had done. As everyone does now a days, we had to take a selfie. The picture that you see was taken by Melinda Hill and shared with us.
After the picture was taken we hooked up Skip Hill’s winch to my rocker guard to hold the Jeep down on it’s tires. I was going to drive out of it, but the Jeep didn’t have any electrical power. So we, Mudman, Green Hornet, Lee Bob, opened the hood to see what was going on. Well the battery had slid towards the passenger side and the positive battery terminal clamp bolt had welded itself to the fender. We had to get a big flathead screw driver and a hammer to get if off of the fender. We then checked all fuses and relays, everything looked good, but still no power. I decided to do what I know best, reboot. I disconnected the negative cable from the battery and let it sit for a minute. Hooked it back up and she fired right up. Drove out of it with the winch connected untill I wasn’t leaning anymore and went back to camp. Crazy thing is I ran the same trail the day before and didn’t have an issue.
I want to give a huge thank you to Sonia, Skip, Melinda, Jim, Lee Bob, and Mark for helping me get out of my first flop. I would also like to thank all the members that voted for the picture.