Colin’s Jeep Picture Submission for Fun and Freebies Posting


Colin from North Dakota sent us in this terrific picture of his Jeep. I am guessing from the picture Colin that you are knee deep in snow! This is a great picture and thanks so much for sharing it with us. I hope you are staying warm there in North Dakota!


If you would like to receive 10% off your next purchase from ExtremeTerrain, plus an ExtremeTerrain sticker and be featured on our blog just submit a picture of your Jeep! Feel free to give a shout out to your favorite off-roading club, trail or even a off-roading tale or two with your picture submission. We will be more than happy to publish that as well! It’s a great way to promote your off-roading club, find other like minded individuals, and share some great off-roading stories!

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

5 comments

  1. Are you sure that’s a Jeep? It’s hard to tell under all that camouflage. If that were my Jeep I’d have it off road seeing how much of that snow I could disloge.

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  2. It looks like there is more snow on top of the Jeep than there is on the road. It makes me cold to look at it. I moved from Illinois to California when I was 11 and I remember shoveling it plenty of times. I have to tell you, I don’t miss that at all.

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  3. Ouch, I remember those days. I believe that’s why I stayed in Texas after college. It’s hard to get in the mood for off roading when you have to clean all that snow off before you can move it!

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  4. That looks like a good 6 to 8 inches of new fallen snow. It’s so pretty when it is coming down but that thought is gone by the time there is an inch of covering. I’ll never understand people who move to areas that get feet instead of inches of snow. I’ll take California any day of the week.

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  5. Now I remember why I left North Dakota for a much warmer climate. It’s not that I mind a little snow once in a while, I just don’t like a lot of snow all the time.

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