What Makes For A Boring Jeep Ride?

Jeep rides might be one of our favorite things to do and are a howling good time, but yesterday ranked as the most boring Jeep ride of all time.

Why are the windows in the Jeep?

Why are the windows in the Jeep?

When Hu-Dad said let’s go for a Jeep ride, we were all excited. But the first thing we noticed was that the windows were all still in. Hu-Dad always takes the windows out so we can see everything and sniff everything. But rain was just pouring out of the sky and he – for some odd reason – did not want the rain inside his Jeep.

This might be the most boring Jeep ride ever.

This might be the most boring Jeep ride ever.

We weren’t even going to any hiking trails because it was raining on those, too. So, basically, we all jumped in the Jeep, rode around doing some errands, and that was it. What fun was that?

Someone wake me when it's over.

Someone wake me when it’s over.


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2 Comments

  1. chris on April 23, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Our mom takes us in the car when it is raining too but she lets us have the window down part of the way so we can sniff. Dogs have such short lives and bring such joy and humor into them-how could a mom not.

  2. Juno's mom on April 23, 2018 at 10:28 am

    It’s nice to see the kids who’ve gone on ahead.

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