I'm working on an article about a local guy who won a contest in FourWheeler magazine and ended up being sent to Moab, Utah. Afterwards he took me for a short ride in his highly modified Jeep . . . wowzers, I never knew what a Jeep could do -- at one point I was convinced we were going to roll it as one wheel had two feet of clearance while the other was squashed right into the wheel well. Now this was truly a four wheeling experience -- the guy owns something like 4-5 registered Jeeps and Scouts, a Unimog and about 24 Jeeps and Scouts in various states of repair/disrepair.
Just for a little clarification . . . what type of four wheeling does this trip entail . . . we're not talking extreme rock climbing, two foot thick mudholes, winches required, etc. are we . . . or are we not?
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