Steve's Jeep Jamboree Page

 

Hi, Welcome to my page. Like most of the things I do, it is under construction but I do have a couple of things here.

    This weekend I attended my 6th Jeep Jamboree. It was held in Martinsburg, NY, a little town filled with people with big hearts. The jamboree was sponsored by the Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Department. The use of the land we tore up and had such a good time on was donated by some very generous landowners. Local folks gave us the best home cookin' that is to be had on Jeep Jamborees. No bag lunches here! We had freshly prepared home cooked meals and a cook-out. When you are cold and wet, there is nothing like a hot meal. A local church and the fire department set up Jeep washes to get off the mud we had so much fun getting on!

    All of the local merchants treated us well too. I'll give special mention to Arts Auto Repair & Welding who took time out of their busy weekend schedule to patch up my gas tank and get me back on the trail in record time so I wouldn't miss too much of the action. Locals helped out other Jeepers with repairs too. Thankfully, all I had to visit was Art.

    The trail guides were friendly and helpful and taught us a lot. Many of these leaders were ones that we had met on previous Jamborees. It really does feel like a family and close friends when we are on these outings. I would love to thank all of the people by name but first, I have a terrible memory for names, and there is no way I would want to leave anyone out. 

    Feel free to download these pictures for your own private use. If they are published, please give me credit and provide a link to connecticut-business.com. If you have something you would like to include here, just e-mail them to me at steve[AT]connecticut-business.com (substitute @ for [AT]). I would love to have more pictures, especially from the trails that we didn't do. If there's enough interest, I will set up pages for other Jeep Jamborees too. Also, If you have any pictures that you would like included, feel free to e-mail them to me and I will add them. If you want copies of any of these, get in touch and drop me a stamped envelope and I will get you out some copies if I can. 

Another thing, drop me a line to let me know what you think of my site. If you don't like it, at least let me know that you looked at it. ;-)

I think I have rambled enough, let the pictures speak......

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The Following were graciously provided by Rich Scibior and his son Darryl (they drove a blue CJ-5)
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Automobiles: Jeep

Automobiles: Jeep

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