Hello ModernJeepers welcome to Episode 202 of The ModernJeeper Show… the show about Jeeps, Jeeping and Jeepers.
Corey & Jessy are back at the ModernJeeper Compound on the Western Slope of Colorado having braved the not so friendly weather at this year’s Winter 4×4 Jamboree. Matson, of course, is joining them from the comfort of the command center at Metalcloak World Headquarters in Northern California.
And they are joined this week by a VERY SPECIAL GUEST… West Virginia State Senator, Gearhead, Outdoor Enthusiast and All Around Great Guy, ModernJeeper Mark R. Maynard.
This is an amazing episode and it was such a pleasure to speak with the Senator. They talk gas station living, old cars, driving lessons at 8, going from cars to 4×4’s, when he finally figured out he needed a Jeep, why he keeps the Scat pack in the garage and drives a beemer to work, and what his favorite trail is and the Jeep that got him there. (BTW, did we mention the General Lee? Yep)
Senator Maynard is also the Chairman of the newly formed Outdoor Recreation Committee and he has taken on that role with the same level of enthusiasm that we would expect from someone who used to work on Jim Heads Nitro Funny Car. From the Motorsports Responsibility Act to Allowing the Carry of Firearms onto State Property to Forestry Trail Access for the Disabled, he is taking on some of the great causes of our time.
And he is not just limited to West Virginia, he is using his office to help every where he can including the fight for Oceano Dunes and holding a board seat on the Blue Ribbon Coalition.
And, of course, we are incredibly grateful to our supporters and friends including Warn Winches, Raceline Wheels, Bestop, Baja Designs, Milestar Tires, Rugged Radios, Adventure Rack Systems and, of course, Metalcloak.
And friends, if you like this episode, we would be so grateful if you subscribed to the pod, told your friends about it and gave us a nice review on Spotify or Apple Podcast.
Now, sit back, relax with a cold one, and enjoy Episode #202 of The ModernJeeper Show.