New Member, LJ owner in Mount Pleasant, SC

Jorge Bolivar

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Mar 20, 2017
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Welcome to the Forum Joe!
Tbis is a great forum with many knowledegeable people. I do also have an LJ, live on Clevelamd, OH but travel often to SC and has been on Horse pasture, Gulches on Waterloo with my LJ.
Know few others LJ,rs on Greenvill, SC area too.
Hope you stick around, learn and contribute with the forum.

Happy Trails!
 
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JoeUtley

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Sep 25, 2018
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Charleston, SC
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Welcome to the Forum Joe!
Tbis is a great forum with many knowledegeable people. I do also have an LJ, live on Clevelamd, OH but travel often to SC and has been on Horse pasture, Gulches on Waterloo with my LJ.
Know few others LJ,rs on Greenvill, SC area too.
Hope you stick around, learn and contribute with the forum.

Happy Trails!
Thanks Jorge,
Since getting my 33" tires I have only been to River Rock in GA. I went to Gulches in July when it was wet on 31" KO2s... it was not fun at all and I damaged my hard top on a super rutted trail.
My Jeep group is going back to Gulches in November for the Veterens day ride. hopefully I'll have my Aussie locker in by then! Thanks for the reply!
 
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JoeUtley

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Sep 25, 2018
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Charleston, SC
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I agree with you two. Gotta feel bad for Bryant with all the work he put in but the decision had to be made. I honestly don't think Bryant should have transferred though. He is not a NFL caliber QB and he could have ridden the Clemson wave out into his professional career if he had handled this situation with some maturity. Clemson alumni and locals treat high profile Clemson grad athletes like royalty. He could have used his name built at Clemson for a number of careers in SC. By leaving and burning bridges like he has with the fans, that's gone.

I say this as a 33 year old who has never gone through what Bryant has though, I cant imagine how I would have reacted in his situation at that age.
 
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JeepZilla380

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May 30, 2017
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Atlanta, GA
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Welcome to the forum! I lived a couple of my SC years in Mt. Pleasant, and still have family there. Beautiful are for sure. Don't recall a-lot of wheeling opportunities close by, besides some trails we used to hit in the Francis Marion forest area. Gulches has been on my list to check out one of these days.
 
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JoeUtley

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Sep 25, 2018
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Charleston, SC
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Welcome to the forum! I lived a couple of my SC years in Mt. Pleasant, and still have family there. Beautiful are for sure. Don't recall a-lot of wheeling opportunities close by, besides some trails we used to hit in the Francis Marion forest area. Gulches has been on my list to check out one of these days.
You nailed it, we travel to offroad parks within 4 hrs or so whenever possible. Gulches is awesome, check it out for sure.
 

JeepZilla380

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May 30, 2017
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You nailed it, we travel to offroad parks within 4 hrs or so whenever possible. Gulches is awesome, check it out for sure.
That should put Uwharrie in NC just about in your striking distance as well. A bit more of a haul up into Tennessee is Windrock OHV, which is a great park as well.
 
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JoeUtley

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Sep 25, 2018
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Charleston, SC
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That should put Uwharrie in NC just about in your striking distance as well. A bit more of a haul up into Tennessee is Windrock OHV, which is a great park as well.
We ran Uwharrie in my wife's tj when it was on 31" tires and no lift so we couldn't hit Daniel. We did Dickey Bell at night going down hill and that was interesting, haha.

Windrock is on our list to go to for sure along with AOP. Tennessee is a long haul though so just takes more planning and funds.
 

Starrs

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Aug 1, 2017
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Welcome to the forum! I lived a couple of my SC years in Mt. Pleasant, and still have family there. Beautiful are for sure. Don't recall a-lot of wheeling opportunities close by, besides some trails we used to hit in the Francis Marion forest area. Gulches has been on my list to check out one of these days.
I grew up in a small area called Lady’s Island. Very close to Beaufort, and right next door to Paris Island the marine base. Beautiful area, and nothing beats the low country. When I retire that is where I want to end up.
 
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I am a new member from Greenville, SC. Myself and another friend are here Preparing our Jeeps for adventure. My friend known on this forum as Blacksheep is fixing up a TJ and we will be ready to roll soon. We often come down to the low country. Feel free to reach out anytime.