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    Hey are you going to post pictures of the Rubicon Trail still?
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Love to watch the wildlife out my front door, but not afraid to 4X4 all day to find more.
Gold Country, CA
Huntin, Fishin, and 4X4in !
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The best things in life can not be found on a map; they can only be found while Wandering.
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2007 XK - 4.7L Flex Fuel // Rocky Road 2.25 lift // Rocky Road Super Sliders // Toyo Open Country 265/70R17 tires // 4xGuard Front Guard // 4xGuard Belly Guard // 4xGuard Matrix-HC with optional front hitch // Warn XD9000I hitch mounted winch // Graco Carseat for the Youngun - The Wild(life) Side of Jeeping


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Where do you escape?

by WanderingTs on 02-02-2011 at 10:30 PM
Sometimes work can be a great escape from home. The wife is cranky, the kids are cranky, relatives health is not what we would hope that it would be, many things can make work preferable.

Sometimes home can be a great escape from work. The boss is cranky, the "customers" are cranky, the processes are so impersonal and they roll you over without caring that you exist.

So when all of these things align into the perfect storm, where do you escape? What is there out there

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Sometimes when life speaks, you should listen.

by WanderingTs on 10-24-2010 at 08:44 PM
Recenty I had an occasion at work to deal with a man and woman who were in a relationship that was falling apart. That the relationship was falling apart was how it came to my attention. It had gotten so bad, the neighbors had called (most of the neighborhood had called) and hence, my arrival.

While dealing with this matter, (names and details deleted to protect the not so innocent) I found out that all parties involved were quite religious. I observed that the crux of the issue was,

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The Wild(life) Side of Jeeping - Episode 3

by WanderingTs on 08-08-2010 at 02:44 AM
You are bouncing down the road when you notice that someone has thrown a white rag into a bush near the trail. As you begin to get angry at the ignorant jackass that littered up you favorite trail, the rag suddenly is gone. You stop to look closer and upon stopping, a whitetail deer bolts from it's cover and makes for the next county.

Episode 3 - Colorblind

Many animals are naturally colored in ways to hide themselves from predators, inlcuding the two-legged kind of predators.

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The Wild(life) Side of Jeeping - Episode 2

by WanderingTs on 07-25-2010 at 06:10 PM
So while out wheeling in your XK you are thinking, "How am I going to keep an eye on the road, run the wipers to take the mud on the windshield, keep my passengers happy, and still see the wildlife that is all around me?" What you need are simple things to look for that will help you spot a wide variety of whatever wildlife happens to be around.

Episode 2 - Pick out the parts

Most wildlife likes to hide. In my personal experience, the more challenging it is to find the

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The Wild(life) Side of Jeeping

by WanderingTs on 07-24-2010 at 06:25 PM
Well after returning from West Coast Camp Commander I have been inspired to start my first ever blog. I want to share my love of wildlife and make it easier for others to share it with me.

I love the outdoors and have found every reason I could afford (hobbies are expensive!!!) to be outside. For a short list, I have done SCUBA, skiing, hiking, 4X4, and currently live on and own 22 acres in the gorgeous Northern California Gold Country.

My main love of the outdoors

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