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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-31-2001, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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I wheeled with Joe a couple weeks back at Royal Blue. As you can see he was not afraid to scratch the paint. I am impressed with Zukis but not enough to sell my Jeep (I'm impressed with it too

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wallpaper....... i like the zuk and the way its driven.

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coool pic man, got anymore? dont worry bout the jeep thing, its all different folks for different folks. the attitude is where its at man....
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Here's another.

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BTW the reason it looks like we are out west (sand and sandstone) is because the area of Royal Blue we were in was a sand mine at one time. It was a blast.

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This is a picture of the bottom of the hill before the v-notch.

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I wanna do that hill! There are now two hills on my "hit list", and thats one of them! Where is that?

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Awsome!! Where is it????



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Royal Blue WMA is in East Tennessee. It's the Caryville exit off of I-75 heading north toward Lexington KY (and Livingston KY which is another good place to ride) from Knoxville TN. It was a really cool hill. It was the first time I had rode on that side of Royal Blue. The other part that I had been to was a whole lot of really deep mud (K5 Blazer on 1 tons and 44 boggers up to the windshield deep in some spots). The ride up to this hill and the v-notch at the top was really good too.

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The picture of me is at the top of the afore posted hill pic and the beginning of the v-notch.

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