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PostSubject: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:23 am

Great to see you guys getting this moving!!!
If KreationKrawlers or 4x4Him can help, let me know!!!


Anyway, Me. I have been a friend of Pattey and Chris for quite some time tho I have never met either of them, something about living on the other side of the US may have something to do with it!.

I am a Jeeper and also own a Sami that we are building for my son to drive. My Jeep is an '06 Unlimited...>Red of course and is currently sitting on 33" Xtreme Mud Terrains and a modified R.E. super flex 4.5"/5.5" short arm kit with sye, discos, custom bumpers, 8K winch, tow bar, skids, sliders, cb, XM, stereo, snorkle and still a few stock jeep parts!!!

It works great out here in the rocks and we sure love to play.

I, with several co-chairmen, run KreationKrawler.com Offroad Ministry here in Arizona and we recently started K2Expeditions. God is leading us in directions we are not fully understanding but we will follow as best we can. He has definatly pushed us to grow and change lately.

I have been a believer now for about 8 years and have a very sorted past with things that will definately scare some and make others hair curl, not sure anyone other than Him really knows my full testimony, but maybe someday I can get it out, what matters now is that I have seen a lot so I can relate and He has me in His arms now.
I am retired Air Force.....Or retarded as some say, and am working at Boeing on the Apache AH64D helicopter program in the Logistics department now.....fany way to say I sit at a desk and use a computer all day. Did a lot of things before becoming a desk jockey but blowing out my back caused a change in Jobs and a broken hip pushed that point further.

So, that is the long way to say



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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:31 am

group hug Welcome, Bill!!!

I'm going to work on adding your club to our Christian Club section. We hope to get out to the desert
there in the summer of 2010. Planning an Xterra/Jeep trip to Moab....but a nice few days visiting you
is definitely in the plans!!!

I'm sure that with all the great wheeling out there, there's not much of a chance to have you come out
to Rausch Creek!!! But it IS differrent wheeling! Maybe sometime we can find a middle ground OR park
and our clubs can converge there.

God bless you, kiddo!
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 11:01 am

Thanks Sweets!!!

4x4Him has actually been talking about a Moab run in 2010, maybe around Oct when it is cooler but we want to do it at a time when our Aussie brothers can come out too. Maybe we can do a joint thing and get several clubs out there. KreationKrawlers has talked about hosting its Jambo out there that year. Its a thought!!!

As for wheeling there, I would love too, maybe we could do a cross country ministry run with the Jeep and the Jumping Jack!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:18 pm

AZLugz wrote:

Anyway, Me. I have been a friend of Pattey and Chris for quite some time...

I see Don't mention that you are friends of Roadkill also... ANYWAY

Welcome AZLugz...
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:26 pm

Well ya know, "friends" is such a strong word!!!!!!!! big grin


Yea, RRoadKill and Chris Too!!!! Miles don't matter, we are all friends and Brothers!!!


Um....sisters too....well, not me but uh...well like Pattey and ya know....
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:33 pm

Hi Bill. Glad to have you over here. Moab as a combined trip sounds GREAT cheers
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:29 am

Pattey sent me an email, said I had not been around in a long time so I popped back. Now I see tons of new fac.....names, so i thot I would start back at the begining!!!!

My mother in law (MIL) moved in with us and my other jeep was two small for the three of us and she LOVES wheeling, so I sold my rock krawling 06 LJ and now have a 98 Grand Cherokee 5.9 Limited that I am building. This time we decided not to go for the rock crawling and insted, build an expedition style Jeep. The Jeep was picked up in colorado on Christmas eve of 2009 and the build has been going since then and is coming along good.

Anyway, I will try and bounce in here and there and say Hi!!!
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Fri Sep 10, 2010 11:40 am

I love the EXPEDITION idea....it's about where we are at as far as wheeling too. Well, not quite YOUR kind of expedition, as you're out there in the greatest fun place on earth!!!

It looks awesome from what I can see in your profile pic!!! Send more when you can.

And as always, we love seeing you!!! (and yes, it's true, I contacted you cuz I could never delete you from this forum! hahahaaa You're one of our OG's!!!)<----original gangsta!!! Hellos and hugs to your family!!!

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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Sun Oct 10, 2010 7:39 pm

Man, I’m glad I was poking around… sometimes my “monitors” don’t show up blue.

Chris and Pattey have had a lot of good things to say about KreationKrawlers, and I loved watching the thread of your new build – very sweet.

Not retired AF, but did my stint from 81-87 & gotta brother who’s been a PJ since 83.

Got saved at 30, so know what it’s like to have an unfortunate past – praise God for saving sinners!! (Hey, that was our sermon today… “God only saves Sinners”: http://hanovercommunitychurch.com/index.php/sermon-downloads/sermons-by-date)

Spent 2 weeks in Phoenix for a Honeywell school... Loved it, and wouldn’t mind moving out and volunteering as a border guard!!
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PostSubject: Re: From the Warm Southwest   Mon Oct 11, 2010 12:00 pm

Great to meet you. My wife and I went to Moab about two years ago and loved it!!! It broke our heart coming back home. Anway, God Bless and hope we get to meet you soon!
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