Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

My husband and I live in a 55 and older community. We didn’t choose the community as much as we did the house. We loved the house and it was just the right size for us. When we moved there, I was driving a 2016 Jeep Renegade and I adored it. It was a fun vehicle to drive.

I officially became a Jeep Girl and had to buy the merchandise to go along with my new ride. I put it through the ringer. It did get into a fight with a lamp post, rammed into it and got pretty banged up. I swear to this day, I don’t know what happened. I got it fixed and "Baby," (as I called her), was back on the road. 

She did manage to get another dent running into a pillar at Dunkin Donuts. Just a friendly warning; don’t put your straw in your cup at the drive-thru until you are at a full stop.

I did have fun with that dent and bought a Wile-E-Coyote sticker, put it in the dent and told everyone he did it.

Baby took Sharon and I to many places and never complained. However, my husband didn’t like how she handled and wanted to trade her in for a Jeep Wrangler. During her light pole incident, Sharon and I drove a baby blue Jeep Wrangler on our Route 66 trip. We just loved how it handled and being high up enough to see over cars.

I have always wanted a Jeep Wrangler, so I wasn’t too sad to trade Baby for Willy. Willy is our 2020 Jeep Willys Wrangler which is Sarge (army green) color with bitchin’ off-road tires.

I have to say, we have just had Willy a year and he has been put to the test of off roading and has performed like a champ. So far we took him rockhounding, urbexing, drove through washes, able to drive on our land and can pull our Tracker in a trailer with ease. We have many more escapades planned for our adventurous jeep and can’t wait.

With the Jeep and Tracker, Sharon and I will be able to seek out many more places we were unable to explore before.

Get your 80s back -