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Sounds like a Plan! Maybe we can let ourselves into Camp Jeep, I's right next to the ford dealer in Forest lake and it has all kindsd of off-road fun! JUst don't get stuck in there it will cost you a ton! (Don't ask me how I know)

Woahhh....tell me more of this "Camp Jeep"....
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Plans like a sound.....we can have a meet and greet/break in your new truck meet!

....but the whole cousin thing....your not from north of HWY 2 where its accepted behavior....

But I thought you told me I'd fit in north of HWY 2?


John, I'm hopin to get a Heep in late August. So maybe i'll get to play in this camp jeep place!

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Woahhh....tell me more of this "Camp Jeep"....
Denny Hecker, Bought a Chunk of land next to the Dealership row In Forest lake and turned it into a place you could take a Jeep and test it Off-road. It had some real objectives, Well I was in Highschool then and it was too much temptation. We used to let ourselves in and have a ball. We would set up a watch on the ends of the road and CB eachother if we saw a Cop coming. When a Cop came we would shut off our lights and park behind a Hill that blocked the road.

My Friend Darrin got his 86 F-150 stuck up to the hood in there and the cops ended up impounding his truck and Charging him about what the truck was worth in fines. It is still there but it is forsale, as Ole Denny realized it was a liability, if one of us Idiots got hurt there we could sue and win reguardless of breaking the law or not.

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....but the whole cousin thing....your not from north of HWY 2 where its accepted behavior....
Yeah but don't judge until you seen my cousin! LOL
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hmm lame.. maybe we should buy it... or make our own offroad place around here.. thers tons of land around here or go north.

we really just need to go explore and find some places to ride.. i have tons up by my cabin, but 4 hours is a haul
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All I really want is the Topper, seeing how Leer is going to get $1600 more out of me if we don't swipe it! Who knew I would be foolish enought to buy the same truck!

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Why do you need a topper? If you use it for camping, get a truck tent...
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I'll dig the holes and stuff. I love hard manual labor, cause thru all the pain i know im gettin a good workout. **** excavators, you can use an excavAaron to do all teh work.

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Why do you need a topper? If you use it for camping, get a truck tent...
Lots of reasons, I have dogs and they don't fit under the tonneau Cover and I do sllep in there when I camp. I thought about a truck tent, but if I was going to do that I'd just buy a regular ten. The topper is easy I back up to the fire pit, unload the truck, rollout my pad and blankets and bam, Camps set up! I use to hate toppers, but they are so handy and I can take it off in 5 minutes if I need to haul something.

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Sweet....to the Camp Jeep thing...As for Denny Hecker...I have to load one of the UPS turd mobiles that drops stuff off to him....its all HEAVY crap so me and Denny exchange 4 letter words everyday....except he isnt there....

Im at a loss of words for the cousin thing....you should hook Aaron up...hes desperate...but I warn you...if they get married he might come after you...you know the whole cousin thing...

A-bag, of course youd fit in with the mutants from north of HWY 2....inbred savages and you are one in the same!

And-ez, there are tons of places at my cabin, but its 3 hours away and in wisconsin....
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yea Aaron you can be *****.. and i'll tell you what to do.

wed. you dig holes in a field for our offroad park



oh and i believe Park-X up north south of my cabin in hill city has some trails
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Lots of reasons, I have dogs and they don't fit under the tonneau Cover and I do sllep in there when I camp. I thought about a truck tent, but if I was going to do that I'd just buy a regular ten. The topper is easy I back up to the fire pit, unload the truck, rollout my pad and blankets and bam, Camps set up! I use to hate toppers, but they are so handy and I can take it off in 5 minutes if I need to haul something.

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That makes sense, if you have Dogs... I'm sure they wouldn't be very comfortable under a tonneau cover, lol...
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Ive camped under my tonneau cover...once....it sucked...way hot and its super hard to close the tailgate behind you...and opening it for that matter....
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yea ive done the same..it wasnt hot, but veeery dark.. and gettn out was a bit tuff heh
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