Trip Report 2022 Jared Memorial

kmboren

Recovering XJ owner anonymous
Location
Southern Utah
Day 2 was great. Did the Maze with Stan and family, myself in the buggy and Katelynn in the YJ, James K in his SXS Jeremy in his buggy and Marc and his wife watched from above. Katelynn got rowdy on the "flipper" obstacle but made it fine. Rest of the trail went off without any problems and with Jeremy and myself driving the soup bowl flawlessly.



Wanted to show Jeremy more stuff in his buggy so we went and drove Nasty Half. Things got interesting there when Jeremy flopped it and I attempted to recover him. All is well that ends with no harm.

 

xj_nate

Doctor, economist, polical expert, poser
Location
UT
It really didn't come down that hard when you watch the video from the top.
I’ve watched both angles and my opinion on the matter stands. Hopefully it’s fine but my extensive (and regrettable) experience with D30’s makes me think otherwise.
 

RockChucker

Well-Known Member
Location
Highland
I’ve watched both angles and my opinion on the matter stands. Hopefully it’s fine but my extensive (and regrettable) experience with D30’s makes me think otherwise.
Yeah I agree with you. I’m impressed the small YJ ujoint didn’t let go. Unless the later YJs have the bigger joint that the TJs have
 

Jinx

when in doubt, upgrade!
Location
So Jordan, Utah
What a great day on the trail! We missed a chance to get a group picture to show all the support for the Boren family but I think they know how awesome we think they are!

Just a couple of thoughts:
1- Great time with Great people. I think I counted 19 rigs Saturday morning. Lots of laughs and catching up with old friends and making new ones.

2- Katelyn Buggy is pretty awesome! It was awesome for her to let Kevin drive it. 😜

3- Hickey’s new toy was fun to watch him play with. He definitely wasn’t afraid to use it.

4- Marc’s JT did awesome! We had lots of laugh over the CB since he was riding solo.
 

smfulle

Active Member
Location
Plain City, UT
I always have a good time with the Boren's. I'm grateful that everyone else seems to be not too annoyed that I bring the average tire size down in these groups. Sand Hollow is such a great place because we can have a mixed group of rigs with wildly different capabilities and everyone still has a great time.
My 83 year old mom rode with me most days and when I asked her if she had enough she said "No way. I'm having the time of my life,"

Not sure how instagram works on here, but hee we are scrambling up Menlo's Choice. I had to wake up all 60 horses in the little Go Devil motor to get up it due to a broken front locker and 3 wheel drive only.

 

ID Bronco

Registered User
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
I always have a good time with the Boren's. I'm grateful that everyone else seems to be not too annoyed that I bring the average tire size down in these groups. Sand Hollow is such a great place because we can have a mixed group of rigs with wildly different capabilities and everyone still has a great time.
My 83 year old mom rode with me most days and when I asked her if she had enough she said "No way. I'm having the time of my life,"

Not sure how instagram works on here, but hee we are scrambling up Menlo's Choice. I had to wake up all 60 horses in the little Go Devil motor to get up it due to a broken front locker and 3 wheel drive only.


Give your Mom a big high five for me. What a cool lady to be out doing that at her age! That's totally awesome!
 

Hickey

Premium Member
Supporting Member
I always have a good time with the Boren's. I'm grateful that everyone else seems to be not too annoyed that I bring the average tire size down in these groups. Sand Hollow is such a great place because we can have a mixed group of rigs with wildly different capabilities and everyone still has a great time.
My 83 year old mom rode with me most days and when I asked her if she had enough she said "No way. I'm having the time of my life,"

Not sure how instagram works on here, but hee we are scrambling up Menlo's Choice. I had to wake up all 60 horses in the little Go Devil motor to get up it due to a broken front locker and 3 wheel drive only.

That was awesome to watch in person.
 
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