Brian’s family benefited from the incredible folks at the Ronald McDonald House when their son was born, and Brian organizes Wheelin for Ronald every year as a way to give back to a tremendously helpful organization.
My day was cut short when I cut a tire, which after careful consideration, was ultimately my fault as I did not heed the warnings that were listed with my JKS Swaybar Quicker Disconnects in securing the sway bar in a safe position! More on that in another post!
After putting my spare on, I took a lunch break. During the lunch break, there was a raffle of donated items, with all proceeds going to the Ronald McDonald House.
After the lunch break, I was ready to head back to camp, playing it safe as I still had four tires up on my Jeep. with a three hour ride home the next day, however…Brian offered me a ride in his AEV equipped Jeep, so that I could see all 200+ acres that Rocks and Valley’s has to offer.
As you can see, axle articulation in key at Rocks and Valleys!
Rocks and Valleys only allows Jeeps, trucks and side-by-sides, NO bikes or quads, which makes it a GREAT place for Jeeps!
After my weekend at Rocks and Valleys. it has DEFINITELY been added to the annual Michigan Wheelin Trip rotation!