Let me start off by thanking all the mothers of the world, in their struggles of razing hellions like me. My brother and I personally got are mother her favorite perfume which she is running out of and a watch that came with a matching bracelet. Even though today is Mother’s Day, I still found some time to get out and have some fun which I ended up going Geocaching with my Dad and the dog. We went to Marengo ridge which is part of Mchenry Count Conservation District, but for us locals we remember it as Kunde Wood’s. To Continue Reading → Happy Mother's Day!
I would like to mark a changing point in my website with today’s post. I find that Climbing is a great metaphor for something that I have been dreaming about, and that dream is that “I want to replace Mike Rowe.” While that may seem mean it should be taken as complement because I want to be like him. What I like about him is how he brings everything and everyone’s mood down to earth. He just seems to fit in everywhere, while retaining who he is as a person. He just laughs when in pain or bad a situation. Continue Reading → Climbing
The hunt is on to find three Jeep Tiki to win a brand new 2010 Jeep Wrangler Islander. The Three Tikis are named Steel, Trail, and Wave which I suspect their individual names are an indication to where they are hidden in the US. The Jeep Tiki Hunt contest started on April 1st and continues until all three Tiki are found. But in the mean time the date you need to remember is April 26, because that is when the Tikis will be hidden at there respective locations and at which time only 3 clues will be reviled. First three Continue Reading → JEEP Tiki Hunt!
I subscribe to the National Off-Road Association e-mail newsletter that is sent out about once a month, with this months having quite the surprise. If you don’t know what NORA is I recommend you just over to their about NORA page. Instead of the usual list of trails that are being threatened to close, this months announces that in Northumberland County located in central Pennsylvania there will be a new Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) recreation area. This new OHV park in Pennsylvania is 6,000 acres of old coal mining land intended for the public to enjoy. Instead of paraphrasing their email Continue Reading → New Trails Openning!
Deby Kortas from Bundy Hill Off-Road has sent me an email about a special event they well be having on Valentines Day weekend, February 13th and 14th. That there will be a special hunt for Cupids arrow on the trails inside their park that will be worth $100 if you are lucky enough to find it. Bundy Hill will be open 8AM to 5PM on Saturday and on Sunday 9AM to 5PM for the hunt Cupids arrow and other things. If you haven’t heard of Bundy Hill Off-Road yet, they are southeastern Michigan’s newest off-road park. It’s full of trails, Continue Reading → Bundy Hill Valentines Day
Some day I plan on having a dream Jeep, that specific model is an 2006 LJ Rubicon with 2″ of lift and 37″ MTR tires and one of the parts that it would include is the new advance adapter Rubicrawler. The Rubicrawler is a gear reduction box that allows you to have more selections in your gearing choice. Your standard Jeep only has 1:1 gear ratio in 4HI and when shifted into 4LO your generally have some where around 2.72 unless that Jeep of yours is Rubicon and in that case it would be 4.0:1. This means that your drive Continue Reading → Advance Adapter's RubiCrawler
CA4WDC will be giving away a brand new 2009 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon at their convention on February 20, 2010 in Sacramento amount other things, where all proceeds benefit CA4WDC, Inc. To enter, just buy a ticket for $2 and send the completed stub back with your payment. The winner does not need to be present — They will call you to come and get it! All proceeds benefit CA4WDC, Inc. Grand Prize: New 2009 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon with aftermarket accessories & factory warranty Winner to pay DMV and sales tax cost, delivery not included Jeep® purchased in conjunction with Continue Reading → 2010 CA4WDC Jeep Rubicon Giveaway
I would like to introduce you guys to “Experience El Dorado,” A new show all about Rubicon Trail. I just got email from Jamie saying that the whole Rubicon Trail will be online December 7th. Join Experience El Dorado for a landmark trek only the likes of Todd Stanley Productions can take you on. History is rich at the the Marshall Gold Discovery Park where real life miners team up with costumed docents who give insights into why thousands flocked to California and toiled long hours in icy water hoping for the “big strike.” Then it’s off for a stroll Continue Reading → Experience El Dorado
So I finally got to around to saving up for GPS Tuner Atlas and took it for a test drive with the tracks function. (This is unedited) Track[gpxcheckpointinterval=.4;gpxelevationcolor=green;gpxelevation=show;gpxcheckpointtable=show]
I thought I should post up an update to my post on GPS Tuner 6.1, that a new version of the software came out. The new Version is GPS Tuner Atlas with some new features that I’m sure will impress you. Some of the new features and improvements are: Compatibility with an increased number of Windows Mobile devices Worldwide Satellite Imagery – from DigitalGlobe satellite imagery Greatly improved overall performance Track point management Importing KML files Altitude, acceleration and speed graphs in trip computer Enhanced Map Infobox functionality: ETE and ETA data, NMEA recording information Supporting WQVGA and WVGA Continue Reading → GPS Tuner Atlas