It’s the Stuck Edition of Sideways! We’ve been anxiously awaiting this theme, and you people did not disappoint. However, we like to call this series historic relics, as in we’ve been holding onto them for a few years. Many few. Blame the Jp errand boy from moons ago, whose filing system resembled a blonde joke. Anyway, keep the stucks and rollovers and trail-breakage photos and stories coming! And, of course, the Jeep Chix and military variety. Include a story about what we’re seeing, who you are and where you’re from, and a high-resolution photo. The photo should at least 1,600 by 1,200 pixels (2 megapixels) and a JPG (maximum quality), BMP, or TIFF file. No PDFs. Email the photo and story to email@example.com with the subject line: Sideways.
Step By Step
Jeep Not a Jeep This sure looked legit, but “I took this picture of my grandson Tyler’s play-toy Jeep on our picnic table in the backyard,” said Terry Teasley, who has been wheeling in the Rubicon area since 1952.
Saving the Worst for Last Poor Freddy Woodward. This photo was taken in Burkesville, Kentucky. As he explained, “I was the last one to go through, and it was pretty sloppy.” We’ll say!
It’s a Floater Another Kentucky round: This is Jonathan Poe’s Jeep in Soldier Creek in Benton, Kentucky. Jonathan said he’d run the creek many times but somehow managed to get off-line a bit and floated the wrong way. And kept floating. And floating.
Clogged “My name is Mark Jennings, and I live in Lewiston, Idaho. Here’s a picture of my friend Neil Hill, also of Lewiston, explaining to his wife the exact meaning of the slogan on the back of his ’51 Willys as he digs mud out of the exhaust pipe.”