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Monday, March 26, 2012


We took the Jeep to a 4-wheeler's playground Saturday called Bogs and Boulders.  It's over 1000 acres of trails of various terrain for all types of riding located in Brooklyn, AL.

Flat dirt trails, mud trails, boggs flats, rock hills... and on and on.  We went to explore and we think it might be worth a return visit.  Harley and I kept eyeballing the different ATV's we saw... Hmmmm.  After an hour in this park, we started feeling like the Goliath among the ants. Our Jeep was a little too big for some of the trails but we got to see most of it. 


Taking turns slingin' mud
"Wait... I'm dropping my beer!"
"Hang on darlin', get ready to swoop!"
"I wanna go... I wanna go!!"
One thing I noticed... nobody was wearing helmets and everybody had beer in their hands! Could get real interesting around here about dark thirty.

Hope everybody had a good weekend... no have a great week at work. Yeah... I said it.

Lady R (Di)


Trobairitz said...

That looks like it could be lots of fun.

I never could see the attraction to 4-wheeling and drinking but some people can't have one without the other.

Webster World said...

My boys get into the 4 wheel trucks. On quads I'm right on their ass to get a helmet on.

George Ferreira said...

That must be fun, I would love to play in the mud with a quad.

Willy D said...

I’m sad. I was expecting pictures of a ‘certain’ Jeep covered in muck.

Lady R (Di) said...


I'm not sure why, either, but this did sort of remind me of some bike rallies I've been on. :/

Lady R (Di)

Lady R (Di) said...


I don't look at them any different than a motorcycle. You're exposed to whatever hits you AND whatever you hit. That melon on top of your shoulders can still get whacked when you come off one of these things.

With that being said... they sure look like a ton of fun! I can see me having a good time on one.

Lady R (Di)

Lady R (Di) said...


While we were watching that group in the photos, we had a discussion about owning our own and tallied up in our heads how much we would need for a couple of them. Hmmmmmm...

... very interesting.

Lady R (Di)

Lady R (Di) said...

Willy D,

I could kick myself for not showing you how dirty my Big Orange actually got.

Before we left there, we had collected a good bit of mud (not as much as we could have, mind you...) but enough to create a mud slide down our driveway and into the street when we got it home and rinsed it off.

I noticed how messy our part of the street looked when we got done and had a good chuckle. (Imagine runny red clay gathering and collecting along the curbs and driveways) So, all the neighbors that came home after we did that, had muddy tire tracks going up the driveway to their house. Buwahahahaha!

All I could think of was... "well, we gave 'em a break with our noisy bikes; I wonder what they'll say about the neighborhood mud slide."

Oh well, they can pray for rain, I guess.

Lady R (Di)

Webster World said...

Jr. flipped a dirt bike years ago. No helmet $10,000 later he was ok again.