I had a wonderful weekend with McDaddy and our friends, Brian and Kelley. We attended a Jeep Jamboree in Williamsburg, Kentucky, which means we spent two action-packed days in the Jeep crawling over rocks, and plowing through mud holes.
There were 180 Jeeps representing 25 states and Canada.
The good news is: We did not end up COVERED IN MUD as we did last year.
Hallelujah and Amen.
Instead, we kept our top (the JEEP top, I mean) and doors ON, AND, we proceeded very slowly through the mud holes.
The bad news is: The shirt that I wore on Saturday (which is also the same shirt I was wearing during the crazy mud splattering episode) still shows some signs of the mud which shouldn’t be a surprise considering how it looked last year.
The good news is: I actually had a REALLY good time and remained calm throughout the entire weekend, even when McDaddy was barreling up a group of rocks that in my opinion we had no business barreling up.
The bad news is: McDaddy scared the ever-livin-daylights out of me when he walked out onto this rock that was every bit as dangerous as it looks.
The good news is: This guy put new tires and a three-inch lift on the JEEP before the Jamboree which means that climbing rocks and clearing stuff was much easier than it would have been three weeks ago.
The bad news is: This guy put new tires and a three-inch lift on the JEEP before the Jamboree which means I can barely get up in the thing now.
You know what?
I love him anyway.
The good news is: We saw some fantastic views on our trail ride on Friday.
The bad news is: According to a local, the fall foliage is about two weeks behind in turning so most of the trees were still green.
A beautiful weekend in the hills of Kentucky and Tennessee.
How did you spend your weekend?