Are you familiar with the two owned by my friend who is on faculty at Multnomah University? He has an army jeep, and a Navy shore patrol jeep.Welcome Aboard. Glad you found the forum.
Yours is the third WWII Ford Jeep that I've heard of in Oregon, unless you happened to be at the Independence Day Celebration in Canby this year.
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Check out the organized clean ups. It's the best way to meet the community and learn where and how to use public lands responsibly.
We are doing non ODFW supported cleanups at public forests - check the North Fork Wolf Creek Road thread in resources.
If you really want to get involved in community action check out Trash No Land.
I also volunteer for Portland Cars and Coffee. I've met some of the WWII Jeep owners who have attended. Don't remember either of them saying that they worked for a university.Are you familiar with the two owned by my friend who is on faculty at Multnomah University? He has an army jeep, and a Navy shore patrol jeep.
have been there several times. I went up to take 100 + photos of their jeeps, to help in restoring my own... great place.Welcome to the forum! if you fancy a drive, check out the WAAM Western Air & Automotive Museum in Hood River. Your jeep will find many friends.