Hey everyone. Thought we could all use a little story of how humanity is still worth loving and why owning a jeep helped to reaffirm my belief in the true goodness in us all.
Friday night i went to Tempe Marketplace for dinner and a movie. Now as i pulled into the parking lot between the fireworks at the ASU game i could see lightning and rumblings out of the south west. But hey this is the valley, so i figured my rig would be fine with the top folded open in the freedom top configuration and the windows down.
Well as i came out of dinner at about 830 is was much breezier and the storm seemed closer but well it would not be the first time this girl sat in a wet jeep or drove home in the rain with the top down. Plus i didnt want to miss the movie or leave my companion (or ask him to help) just to button up the rig.
As i came out of the movie at 1100pm there was a nice light misting drizzle and i figured oh well might be a bit damp but nothing horrible and well isnt that the risk we all run as jeep owners (i personally like playing roulette with mother nature). As i head to my rig, I notice something is amiss. My top has been closed, my back window unrolled and latched, and all my door windows are rolled up!!!!!
There was no note, my straps for my top were in my front seat and my rig was nice and dry.....to say i was surprised was an understatement. I actually spent about 5 min walking around looking for a clue or a sign of who could have been so cool as to do this for me. Was it a friend from the VJC or JKO, was it one of they ASU students I know, was it just a fellow jeep owner?!?!
I may never know but I do know that it made me smile, and after sharing on FB figured i would share with all my fellow jeepers that,
sometimes people dont destroy our rigs in parking lots, sometimes they protect them!
'08 4dr Red Rock Pearl3" lift, 35's, locked, sleeved+ gussetted, Iron bull front bumper, reverse solar charger, bumpin tunes
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