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Old August 3rd, 2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default Jeep Jamboree Coal Mtn (Shamokin, PA)

If you are into Jeep Jamboree this one is new. I'm here today the intermediate trails are a little lighter than I would have expected but there were several good obstacles. There is a new off-road park opening here in a month or two. It's only 8HR from Detroit so it's a little closer than some others. Just FYI in case you want to go somewhere new.
Yuengling is right down the road

A few Deep Water Holes (There is a pic here of water coming in our JK)

Decent Little Obstacles but better big ones (Black Course is the way to go, but this is a blue and a small

Decent Rocky Passes, a lot of mud over rocks on Blue Stuff


Some More Spread Out Rock Passes

Water was Close a Few Times

AND In the Jeep Others

There are Shaft Mines, Vents to Mines and Sink Holes abound, no one was sure which this was, sometimes they were a form of strip mining, this land was mined for a 100 Years.

There were Easy Lines:

And Rock Covered Lines:

Strange as it is the JK Rubicon w/2" Lift was the only thing to make it up this

This Rubi took the easier line as he was hit by a bus on there way through the parking lot and he tore off his fender flare on that tree behind him, it's danglin'

A LOT of Breaks:

And the AfterMath:

AND Everyone thought the Bands hair was on Fire:

It's the sunlight reflecting off his dyed black hear, the sun was only slightly coming through the roof line. LOL
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