We received a fantastic JPFreek Field Reporter submission from Tammy Ruh about an annual event that she created to share her love of Jeeps with a new generation and the way that “her” girls thanked her after this year’s trip. This is exactly the kind of thing JPFreek is all about — you don’t have to be going out to wheel the hardest trails in some built Jeep, it’s the freedom that you feel in a Jeep going anywhere that is key to the “Jeep thing.”
Thanks for sending this in Tammy!
Tammy’s submission won our monthly JPFreek Field Reporter contest and receives a $50 gift card from ExtremeTerrain.com, who sponsor the program. Submit your Jeep trip, event or tech story today for your chance next month! In addition to the Field Reporter sticker that Tammy wins, we’re also sending her four girl Freek stickers for her passengers.
Tammy writes: The Jeep rides are apparently pretty awesome for these sweet girls. Because these special girls are not my children, we do not four-wheel it — maybe when they’re 18. Our rides are basically around our city for lunch and to different outdoor events, places, and parks. “My” girls have grown to love the highway rides and large bridges. Of course, the views are amazing and the music is LOUD!
Here’s the photo book the girls gave Tammy as a thank you after the latest outing. It’s clear how much they love the Jeep ride and that Tammy is fostering a deep love of Jeeps in “her” girls!
Thanks so much for sharing this cool memento of your “Jeep Ride” Tammy and enjoy your gift card from ExtremeTerrain.com!
Tammy and the girls’ parents’ permissions were secured before posting this story and the book images.