We went up on Friday after work and spent the night in the commander again. it was pretty fun. it got really cold that night. then that morning we ate, and drove to Cooke City for gas at $4.59/gallon and continued on to Goose Lake Jeep trail. heres some pictures from the Crazy Lakes Jeep Trail.
this is in the moring driving out. it was cold.
pictures from that night
me and the boys
my wife and the boys. behind them is Pilots Peak in Yellowstone National Park.
I think a stock Commander could probably take that crossing without sucking up water as long as it went slow. Unless of course, its higher than it looks on your Jeep. Doesn't even look like it comes to your bumper! =)
Looks like good times, you'll have to show everyone around your part of the world when we all come for our bumpers! Like swarms of locusts.
RIP - Silver '06 Limited; 5.7 Hemi; 2" TerraFlex Lift; 255/70R17 Bridgestone Dueler REVOS, Horizontal Inclinometer, Signal Frog Antenna Ball, Surco Safari 50"x50" Roof Rack, GetLost4x4 bumper, Bulldog 9k Winch, GetLost4x4 Rock Rails - (should have added a snorkel)
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