JEEP LIFE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS
"Not all those who wander are lost"
One of the best things about being a "Jeep guy" is definitely meeting all the wonderful people that love the same lifestyle you do (we like to call it the jeeplife). It's so interesting to see all of the reason people by Jeeps. I love hearing story after story of freedom found on the trails. So, I reached out and asked one of new friends to share a piece of who she is and what owning a Jeep represents to her.
Canadian Jeep Girl gone Jeepkrazy
My name is Natasha, a Canadian Jeep Girl gone JeepKrazy.
Why a Jeep? My passion for Jeeps started at 16, something about riding topless, wind in my hair with the freedom to go anywhere intrigued me. It wasn’t till later in life when I was established that and I could afford this wonderful gift.
I bought “Lucy” (2012 crush orange Sahara wrangler) for my 41st birthday in 2015. I named her after the talented Lucille Ball. She has been by far my greatest adventure and best investment I’ve given myself. Lucy is complete freedom with no judgement. She doesn’t care that I don’t have make-up on or that my hair is messy, she’s happy I jumped in and turned the key as that’s when the magic and adventure begins.
Life takes us in all directions and Lucy introduced me to a lifestyle, a brother/sisterhood, an entire community of Jeep enthusiasts worldwide. I have had the privilege and honor in the past few months of becoming a part of the “Canadian Jeep Girls” team founded by Terri Amey and made Canadian Rep for “JeepKrazy” founded by Gerrad “Jeepkrazy” Godley.
I love being a Canadian Jeep Girl gone JeepKrazy but most of all I love Lucy! I dedicate this to all the fabulous jeepers and jeep clubs I have met over this past year. A special shout out to my jeep sister Carol Thompson and to my mentor John Cutcher founder of Bluewater Jeep Club Owners.
I love it! If you have a story you want to share, please contact me and let's see if we can't get it out there to show each other we are not alone in this, and inspire each other to find a healthier, happier jeeplife.