Yeah, it’s a little late. Feel free to dock my pay. And it’s a lot of pics, and mostly not directly Oppo, so feel free to skip this.

In chronological order, starting with a winter hike on New Year’s Day that was somewhere around -5º.

In the middle you’ll find a token Toledo Jeep Fest photo; you can see many, many more here.

McCormick’s Creek State Park, Spencer, Indiana
Downtown Indianapolis, Soldiers and Sailors Monument

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Lake Erie, Catawba Island State Park, Ohio
A boat deliberately sunk in a lake in Florida for “atmosphere”. The bird is what really makes this photo for me.

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Project Redwood as David Tracy and Andrew Collins made their way through the snow towards Utah.
Not one of my favorite photos, but definitely a favorite moment and obviously Oppo-friendly

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This girl was looking for a home; I took her to a farmer’s market this spring to drum up interest
One of the more undertraveled public roads in Indiana, Philomath Road near Brownsville

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Quite literally middle of nowhere, Indiana
Can’t wait for the hot days of summer so I can drop my windshield again.

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The one where I discovered Crosley made a Jeep competitor, the FarmOroad
Lake Erie, the morning of the 2018 Toledo Jeep Festival

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Just one of many gorgeous Jeeps at the Toledo Jeep Fest. I dumped a bunch of photos here that day.
Sunrise at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, outside Seymour, Indiana

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Same morning at Muscatatuck
My favorite small town welcome sign ever

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I liked this one so much I turned it into a poster.
This fellow was justifiably proud of his land yacht.

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Bridge across the Ohio River from Madison, Indiana to Kentucky, one foggy morn as my Jeep club was winding its way through the hills nearby.
Fall foliage explorations near Versailles, Indiana

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Yellow is a great Jeep color, and the fall foliage makes for a beautiful backdrop.
Upper Cataract Falls near Cataract, Indiana

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An F-250 with patina for the ages
Always, always, always chasing back roads