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As the weather warmed up in the early Spring of 2013, it became time to take my Jeep and my best friend Ninja (my dog) out into the New Jersey Pine Barrens. This page is a compilation of several brief excursions into my long-time haunts. I moved into the area a few years ago, and up until now, haven't had the chance to just go out into the woods to relax. On October 27   two days before Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey, I bought my '97 Jeep Wrangler. On November 21   the day before Thanksgiving, I adopted my best friend. It was time for us to go on a few adventures. This section of the Web site will be an ongoing documentation of our adventures together.


 

 

A Jeep trip through a powder sand road in the New Jersey Pine Barrens  floating across a 3-foot deep puddle & scaring my dog Ninja into the back seat as the mud splashes over the top of the Jeep (about one minute into the video).

This is one of the wider un-named sand roads in the NJ Pine Barrens. Most others are much narrower, much rougher, and some have RIVERS OF MUD crossing them. If you get bogged-down in the Pines, it's not so easy to get out.

This is white "powder sand". It is as fine as Talcum Powder. A vehicle parked on this road would sink into the sand up to its frame in about 2 hours.


 

Carranza Memorial - Carranza Road (off Rt. 206)

 
INTERESTING PAGES ABOUT THE CARRANZA MEMORIAL

Flying With Emilio (video)     http://www.flyingwithemilio.com/video.html
Wikipedia article     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emilio_Carranza
The Emilio Carranza Page      http://www.post11.org/carranza/
Emilio Carranza Crash Monument     http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2165
NJ Wildlife Trails     http://www.njwildlifetrails.org/PineBarrensTrails/Sites/tabid/1698/Scope/site/Guide/PINEBARREN/Site/262/Default.aspx
South Jersey Explorer     http://southjerseyexplorer.com/2012/08/30/emilio-carranza-memorial/
Tour of Honor     http://www.tourofhonor.com/pages/2013nj_tabernacletownship.html

Carranza Memorial - New Jersey Pine Barrens - South Jersey Carranza Memorial - New Jersey Pine Barrens - South Jersey
Carranza Memorial - New Jersey Pine Barrens - South Jersey Carranza Memorial - New Jersey Pine Barrens - South Jersey

 
My 97 Jeep Wrangler TJ prior to major restoration work

We stopped by to see the Atsion Family Camp which is on Atsion Road off Rt. 206, approximately a mile directly across Rt. 206 from the Atsion Ranger Station.

Note: This photo was taken before I customized the Jeep.

The end of Carranza Road - Wharton State Forest - where the paved road changes to a sand Jeep trail.

We drove to the end of Carranza Road, past the memorial, to where the paved road ends. We continued down the sand road in 4-wheel drive.......

My 97 Jeep Wrangled parked on the side of the trail at Quaker Bridge, New Jersey Pine Barrens.

Until we came to Quaker Bridge, where I parked the Jeep off the sand road.

This jeep was in really good condition when I bought it the day before Superstorm Sandy, however, what I did to it in the months following this trip, made it really unique.

Note: This photo was taken before I customized the Jeep.

Mhy dog Ninja at Quaker Bridge, Wharton Stete Forest

And Ninja got to stretch her legs a bit.....

Upper Crust Pizza, Rt 206 near Hammonton, NJ

And we stopped on the way home at Upper Crust Pizza on Rt. 206 and got a pizza and calzone to take home.


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1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ after a trip through the NJ Pine Barrens

My 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ after the above drive through the sand roads of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The powder sand dried and left a thin film of dust. Taking it to the car wash didn't get it completely clean, so they had me run it through a second time for free. The chemicals they added on the second pass removed all the wax and I had to wax the Jeep again.

 

The yellow device (top photo, at the rear, driver's side of Jeep) is called "The Wrap"   an anti-theft steering wheel lock /alarm device which I stowed between the roll bar and the convertible top frame, held in place by a short bungee cord.

 

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You don't need a steering wheel lock out here in the boonies of the Pine Barrens; I have it for the times I have to go somewhere where the risk of auto theft is significant   which, thankfully, isn't very often.

The device locks onto the steering wheel, and has its own piercing alarm that goes off with motion of the steering wheel, or an attempt to trailer the vehicle. The high-impact ballistic plastic it is made of would take hours to remove with even the most aggressive saw. It fits on my steering wheel even though I have a steering wheel cover installed (photo above is from Amazon and Photoshopped for clarity).

 

 

 

Notice the 1080P Hi-Def dash camera on the windshield (driver side, upper corner). There is also a video camera mounted on a DIY bracket fixed to the roll bar at the back of the vehicle.

 

In this way, I have an irrefutable running record of everywhere I go, and all of the Assholes that are DUI, texting, bullshitting on their cell phones, tailgating, speeding, putting on makeup, bobbing and weaving (Harvey Wall-bangers) or otherwise driving dangerously.

If they cause an accident, I have hi-resolution video for the case (and to take to court to sue them if they hit me).

 

See my page on Jeep Restoration for details on the camera installation, including instructions and diagrams on how to build the custom roll bar bracket for the rear-facing camera shown in the above photos.

 

1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ after a trip through the NJ Pine Barrens
Dash camera - showing orientation & how the suction cup mount looks

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