What's not to like!Haha Glad you guys liked it! Didn't expect that reaction but glad some of you can take a joke!
Glad you can be cool about it, unlike some of your peers. Buddy had to hook to it with his f150 to get the jeep out. The same jeep crossed that river that I crossed with but had a much easier time. (We were camping. All my gear was in that jeep for the crossing, just in case) First time I crossed on my bike took 10 minutes. had to pull the filter in the middle of the river and drain the carb! Don't tell the EPA lol. You see just the return trip in my video, in which the bike only died once in and fired back up with a little patience.What's not to like!
Great riding footage and funny commentary. I am a Boomer, so I guess that I am too dumb and/or too old to understand, or care, about whatever political position you were taking. Were you able to get that Jeep out of that mud by itself or did it require external assistance?
Good advice but it's my friend's jeep. He was talkin about gettin some mud boggers on it after he kept gettin stuck in that hole. There was more than one attempt for sure.Get a set of snow chains for that Jeep and you will swear it is a different vehicle.
Chains in the mud work very well!
It's at Earl's Ford on the Georgia side. This is a small crossing just before the actual Ford which is now illegal to attempt. $1000 fine per tire including the spare! Yeah, I think I could smell it, too. But, then, I peed on a tree and it went away.I think I crossed that same river once but at the time I was on an '83 XR200R. I think I recognized some of my testosterone still floating down the river in the video.
LMFAO As TW_in_BC said "Age is the greatest revenge". I think we were all young dumb and full of cum in our lives