Jeep in a real Jam


A Jeep gets stuck in some serious mud — although its occupants don’t seem to mind — in the obstacle course at the Jeep Jam Saturday. The annual event started Friday and went through Sunday on Route 380 at Sada Farms, next to the Methodist Church. The Jeep Jam was hosted by the Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club. This year there were 934 Jeeps at the Jam and around 8,000 people attended.

A Jeep gets stuck in some serious mud — although its occupants don’t seem to mind — in the obstacle course at the Jeep Jam Saturday. The annual event started Friday and went through Sunday on Route 380 at Sada Farms, next to the Methodist Church. The Jeep Jam was hosted by the Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club. This year there were 934 Jeeps at the Jam and around 8,000 people attended.


Dylanne Petros | Wilmington News Journal

A Jeep gets stuck in some serious mud — although its occupants don’t seem to mind — in the obstacle course at the Jeep Jam Saturday. The annual event started Friday and went through Sunday on Route 380 at Sada Farms, next to the Methodist Church. The Jeep Jam was hosted by the Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club. This year there were 934 Jeeps at the Jam and around 8,000 people attended.

A Jeep gets stuck in some serious mud — although its occupants don’t seem to mind — in the obstacle course at the Jeep Jam Saturday. The annual event started Friday and went through Sunday on Route 380 at Sada Farms, next to the Methodist Church. The Jeep Jam was hosted by the Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club. This year there were 934 Jeeps at the Jam and around 8,000 people attended.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/08/web1_jeep.jpgA Jeep gets stuck in some serious mud — although its occupants don’t seem to mind — in the obstacle course at the Jeep Jam Saturday. The annual event started Friday and went through Sunday on Route 380 at Sada Farms, next to the Methodist Church. The Jeep Jam was hosted by the Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club. This year there were 934 Jeeps at the Jam and around 8,000 people attended. Dylanne Petros | Wilmington News Journal